Colt Anderson heading to Colts

Former Philadelphia Eagles safety and special teams standout Colt Anderson agreed to terms with the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night, according to a report on Philadelphiaeagles.com.

Anderson played nearly four seasons with the Eagles after being signed off the Minnesota Vikings practice squad in 2010. Anderson began with the Eagles in November of 2010 and was even one of the team captains in the playoffs.

A former winner of the Ed Block Courage Award, Anderson returned to action with the Eagles in ’12 after missing much of the ’11 season with a severe knee injury.

Anderson signed with the Vikings as a rookie free agent in ’09.

Anderson was a former star at Montana where he ranked fifth on the school’s all-time list with 313 tackles.