Colts coach former NFL CB Prince Amukamara and Canadian guard Zack Williams

The Indianapolis Colts coached a few different players Thursday, including former NFL cornerback Prince Amukamara and Canadian guard Zack Williams, according to Joel A. Erickson, a Colts insider / writer for the Indianapolis Star.

Amukamara has spent most of his career with the New York Giants (2011-2015), but was most recently a member of the Chicago Bears from 2018-2019. While with the Chicago, Amukamara played a total of 30 games and recorded three interceptions, three forced fumbles, 119 tackles and 18 tackles for a loss.

The veteran corner also spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2016, where he started 12 games and recorded 49 combined tackles and one tackle for a loss.

With cornerback Xavier Rhodes battling a hamstring injury, the Colts are likely doing their due diligence on other veteran corners to potentially team up with Isaiah Rodgers and Rock Ya-Sin.

In addition to coaching Amukamara, the team also tried out former Canadian guard Zack Williams.

Williams, a former third round pick (28th overall) of the Calgary Stampeders in 2019, was a star in 2018 and helped Manitoba run for 1345 yards during that same season.

Indy always seems to be looking for more depth along their offensive line, which Williams would provide the team to move forward if they were to be signed.

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