INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts signed two more draft picks Thursday: defensive tackle Rob Windsor and receiver Dezmon Patmon.
Both were sixth-round picks and each agreed to four-year deals worth more than $3 million.
The Colts signed cornerback Isaiah Rodgers to a four-year contract Wednesday, making him the second draft pick to reach a deal in two days.
The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Windsor was the 193rd overall selection. He had 121 tackles and 14 sacks in four seasons at Penn State.
Patmon gives the Colts another big receiver at 6-4, 225. During his career at Washington State, he had 156 receptions for 1,976 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Indy has signed four of its nine draft selections over the past three days.
A 5-foot-10, 170-pound cornerback, Rodgers picked off 11 passes, recovered four fumbles, blocked three kicks and had 46 passes defensed in four seasons at Massachusetts. He also scored a touchdown on a punt return.
Rodgers was the second of Indy's four sixth-round selections, No. 211 overall. Offensive lineman Danny Pinter, a fifth-round choice, signed Tuesday.
Seven Colts draft picks have not yet agreed to deals.