Posted February 18, 2013 on
Veteran center Jeff Saturday, who retired after the Pro Bowl, was released on Monday by the Packers. That clears the way for Saturday to sign a ceremonial one-day contract.
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Long-time, former Indianapolis Colts quarterback played his last down of football earlier this year as a member of the NFC Pro Bowl squad. One of the most iconic images was when the coaching staffs and NFL officials allowed Saturday to play one final snap with former Colts teammate and now Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. It was long whispered since then that Saturday would sign...
The Green Bay Packers announced today that they’ve released center Jeff Saturday.
Packers have released Jeff Saturday. Next step is for No. 63 to sign 1-day contract with #colts and retire with Indy. Classy, classy guy.
— Mike Chappell (@mchappell51) February 18, 2013
It sounds like Saturday will sign a one day contract with Indianapolis to retire as as a member of the Colts’...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Jeff Saturday already made his intentions clear about retiring from the NFL. On Monday, the Green Bay Packers officially released the 14-year veteran center.
On Feb. 15, Saturday's agent, Ralph Cindrich, stated via Twitter that Saturday was waiting for the Packers to release him. Once that move was made, it would allow Saturday to sign a one-day contract with...
The Green Bay Packers announced the release of C Jeff Saturday on Monday.
Several reports have already indicated that Saturday will likely sign a one-day contract with the Colts, so he can retire with the organization that he spent the majority his NFL career with.
Saturday, 37, played 14 seasons in the league and was a six-time Pro Bowler.
For Green Bay, this move will free up...