5'9'' / 193 lbs
New Mexico State
Huntley was cut from the Colts' practice squad Tuesday.
This move comes in wake of the team signing running back Tyler Goodson to their practice squad the same day. Huntley has spent time with Philadelphia and Pittsburgh throughout his three-year career, appearing in six games and recording 70 rushing yards on 18 attempts. The 25-year-old's last in-game action came in 2021.
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Huntley was brought onto the Colts' practice squad Wednesday, Joel A. Erickson of IndyStar reports.
With Jonathan Taylor (ankle) set to miss at least four games on the PUP list and Zack Moss (arm) uncertain for Week 1, Huntley may not have to wait long to get his chance. The Colts also kept Deon Jackson and Evan Hull on the 53-man roster over Huntley.
Indianapolis waived Huntley on Tuesday, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Huntley becomes a candidate to reunite with the Colts via the practice squad, especially if a deal to trade Jonathan Taylor (ankle) does eventually emerge. He suited up for five games with the Eagles from 2020-21.
Huntley signed a contract with Indianapolis.
After playing with Pittsburgh's practice squad in 2022, the 2020 fifth-round pick was recently released by the Steelers. The Colts are thin at running back heading into the preseason with Jonathan Taylor on the PUP list and Zack Moss out with a broken arm and Deon Jackson missing practice this week due to an undisclosed injury. Huntley could get work in preseason games as a result, but he's still a long shot to make the final roster. Given the fluidity in the Indy backfield, however, anything seems possible.
The Steelers waived Huntley on Tuesday.
After playing with Pittsburgh's practice squad in 2022, the 2020 fifth-round pick has been let go of in order to free up space for Greg Bell and John Lovett. Throughout his three-year career, the New Mexico State product has recorded 18 carries for 70 yards and no touchdowns.
The Steelers signed Huntley to a reserve/future contract Tuesday, Teresa Varley of the team's official site reports.
Huntley spent the preseason with Philadelphia before being waived as part of the team's final roster cuts in late August. The third-year running back then spent time on and off the Steelers' practice squad before finishing the season on this practice squad. In six career games, Huntley has recorded 18 carries for 70 yards, and he'll now look to carve out a role on the active roster heading into the 2023 campaign.