Dominic Rhodes' is upset the Indianapolis Colts let him leave via free agency for the second time. "I want them to understand that I'm hurt," Rhodes, now a member of the Buffalo Bills, told media members in that city Monday after signing a two-year deal. Rhodes said he was "real surprised" the Colts didn't make a serious attempt to retain him, "especially after the year I had." Rhodes, who spent seven of his first eight NFL seasons with the Colts, was the team's second-leading rusher in 2008. He had 538 yards and a team-best six rushing TDs. He also had a career-high 45 receptions while splitting time with Joseph Addai.