(AP) -- The Indianapolis Colts have cut tight end Weslye Saunders one week after
he was suspended by the NFL for eight games for violating the performance
enhancing drugs policy.
Saunders signed with the Colts
last October and played in 11 games (four starts), making two receptions for 15
yards. He served a four-game suspension for violating the same policy earlier in
2012 while with the Steelers, who subsequently released
While at South Carolina, he was
questioned by NCAA investigators about possible contact with an agent, later
getting suspended by coach Steve Spurrier for violations the coach said were not
related to the NCAA probe. Then Saunders was kicked off the
Indianapolis also signed outside linebacker
Daniel Adongo on Thursday.