Earlier this afternoon we noted the report from FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo that soon-to-be former Colts safety Sergio Brown will sign with the Jaguars, and now it appears as if another soon-to-be former Colt won't be returning.
According to linebacker Andy Studebaker's twitter account, it sure seems like he won't be returning to the Colts.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Thank you Indy fans for the last 2 seasons! I had a great experience playing in LOS and with a Great group of teammates! Best wishes!</p>— Andy Studebaker (@studie32) <a href="https://twitter.com/studie32/status/575348547190669312">March 10, 2015</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
That tweet sure does seem to give the indication that Studebaker knows that he won't be returning to the Colts, which is too bad. In the past two years with the Colts, Studebaker played in 24 games (starting one), notching 27 tackles, a pass defensed, and a forced fumble. Prior to joining the Colts, Stude spent five seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs. He has proven to be a very good special teams player with the Colts as well as a good backup linebacker who stepped in and played well when he was given the chance. As a depth linebacker and special teams player he seemingly would be worth bringing back, but it sounds as if Studebaker knows that won't happen. Best wishes to Stude wherever he ends up playing in 2015.