Colts bounce Brock

Colts defensive end Raheem Brock recently posted in a Twitter message that he’d be leaving the team.

It wasn’t clear whether he wanted out, or whether he knew he was being cut.

Though the former could be true, the latter definitely is.

Per a league source, the Colts terminated Brock’s contract today.  The eight-year veteran spent his entire career with the Colts, signing as a street free agent.  He appeared in every game last year, and he started eight times.

In 2008, Brock started 15 regular-season games for the Colts.

He was due to earn a base salary of $3.79 million in 2010, the final year of his contract.

5 responses to “Colts bounce Brock

  1. EAGLES!!!! EAGLES EAGLES EAGLES!!!! Get him and get rid of Howard or Clemons.
    Basically just get a better old fart

  2. He was drafted by the Eagles in the 7th round actually and then cuz we wouldn’t pay him the signing bonus he wanted, he went to the Colts where late round picks routinely blossom into players of Brock’s potential. I could see him coming back to Philly being that he went to college at Temple. Would fill Darren Howard’s role very well (nickel, pass-rush DT and LDE)

  3. Don’t get it. He’s a good, versatile guy to have around. Didn’t see any falloff in his play. He didn’t get to Brees in SB but then after the one Freeney sack, no one did. It can’t be they thought he was too expensive, especially in an uncapped year. This one is a little baffling. Good luck to a good player.

  4. I bet it’s because he declared the Colts to win on NFLN and the Colts have had conservative coaches from a long time. They didn’t like the attitude.
    Raheem Morris should call him

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