Long snapper Luke Rhodes signed a one-year contract with the Indianapolis Colts, the team announced Monday.
The Colts applied the tender to the exclusive rights free agent on March 14. Rhodes is the first of four exclusive rights free agents to sign with the Colts, who also tendered cornerback Chris Milton, tight end Erik Swoope and guard Jeremy Vujnovich.
Rhodes has recorded two special teams tackles in 20 career games with the Colts. The 25-year-old transitioned from linebacker to long snapper in 2017 after the club cut Matt Overton.