According to ESPN Insider Field Yates, the Indianapolis Colts are working out defensive tackle Devon Still.
Still was released by the Cincinnati Bengals shortly before the regular season began after falling down the depth chart during training camp.
The defensive tackle became a popular NFL player to follow last year due to his little daughter Leah’s courageous battle with Neuroblastoma, Stage 4, which she overcame. Leah has currently been in remission for over 160 days and is finally healthy enough to leave her home.
The workout by the Colts is the first action Still has had since being cut by the Bengals. The Colts currently have Kendall Langford, David Parry and Henry Anderson at the defensive tackle spot after losing Arthur Jones for the season with an ankle injury.
Some extra depth is needed, and Still, who tallied 19 solo tackles and 21 assists during his three seasons with the Bengals, might be a great fit with the Colts.