Brock's days in Indy may be over
Colts defensive end Raheem Brock was a popular man in Miami during Super Bowl week.
With all of the drama that was surrounding starting defensive end Dwight Freeney’s injured ankle, Brock was the guy charged with the task of filling in for the Pro Bowl DE if he was unable to play.
Less than one month later, it looks like Brock is no longer a popular man—even in his own town.
The eight-year veteran sent out a tweet this afternoon alluding to the fact that his days in Indy may be over.
“The superbowl was the last time ull see me in a colts uniform!,” said Brock via Phil Richards of IndyStar.com. “Its been real Indy.”
According to Richards, Brock had a meeting with Colts president Bill Polian on Thursday. Judging by the tweet, the meeting apparently didn’t go so well.
The defensive end was due to make $3.79 million in 2010.
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