Report: Raheem Brock tweets he's done with the Colts

Raheem Brock says Super Bowl XLIV was his last game with the Indianapolis Colts — or at least, someone with access to Brock’s Twitter account says that.

“The superbowl was the last time ull see me in a colts uniform!” Brock tweeted, according to the Indianapolis Star. “Its been real indy.”

It should be noted, however, that last month Brock blamed an insensitive tweet about Hurricane Katrina on a Twitter hacker, so anything we see on his Twitter account needs to be taken with a grain of salt.

Brock has one more year, with a salary of $3.79 million, on his contract with the Colts. His agent, Kevin Pompey, told the Indianapolis Star that he hadn’t spoken with Brock but knew Brock was meeting with Colts President Bill Polian.

The 31-year-old Brock played in all 16 games for the Colts last year, starting eight, and recording 3.5 sacks.

9 responses to “Report: Raheem Brock tweets he's done with the Colts

  1. Why would a twitter hacker hack into RAHEEM BROCK’S account of all people, and post a Hurricane Katrina joke.
    Nice try, Raheem.

  2. Man I was kinda excited about uncapped free agency but this is pretty weak wish they’re was a CBA so all those guys like Vincent Jackson and miles austin wouldve been ufa

  3. Still pisses me off years later that the Eagles couldn’t have scraped together a few dollars way back in 2002 and signed this guy. Local guy out of Temple he has had a damn fine career for a 7th rounder.

  4. Let’s hope this is just a hacker. Brock is a good player who understands his role, can play more than one position and play them competently.

  5. You should have been cut just for typing “ull”
    Brock no longer fits in with the biger DT mentality.
    See ya Raheem, you made millions, got a ring, and probably were never an NFL caliber defensive lineman.
    Nobody knows who you were before and they won’t now.

  6. ESPN has moved on.
    “Adam_Schefter: Filed to ESPN: Colts and Gary Brackett agreed to a five-year contract.”

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