According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, former Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Chris Hubbard recently visited the Indianapolis Colts:
Veteran offensive lineman Chris Hubbard recently visited the #Colts, per source. Nine-year vet has 49 career starts with Pittsburgh and Cleveland.— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) May 8, 2023
The 6’4”, 295 pound offensive lineman made a start last season for the Browns, and as Fowler pointed out, has made 49 career starts with both the Browns and Steelers.
Hubbard played limited snaps in 2022 as a left tackle (3) and in-line tight end (36), but it’s worth noting that he did have 220 total snaps at right guard for the Browns in 2020—which remains the Colts biggest question mark along their starting offensive line.
While it doesn’t seem like he’s a ‘plug-and-play’ starter at right guard if signed—by any means, it does appear that Hubbard is a veteran with starting experience and versatility along the o-line that could push for a potential roster spot as additional depth.