ANDERSON, Ind. —
But that doesn't mean Adongo has no chance to succeed.
"There's just a lot of guys out there," linebackers coach Jeff FitzGerald said. "The more we (the NFL) can spread our wings with international games and things of that nature to get people involved, because there is interest overseas, both over the pond in Europe and over Australia, New Zealand way. There's a lot of guys out there. I think this could maybe kick something off. You go to more foreign guys on our team. I think it's pretty cool."
So does Adongo.
He likely has little shot at making the active 53-man roster out of training camp. But a spot on the practice squad would give him a year of seasoning and maybe lead to more down the line.
Not bad for a player who never had stepped foot on American soil before signing with the Colts.
"It's not really chasing a dream," Adongo said. "I want to make it a reality."