Colts to Allow Punter Smith to Test Free Agency

It looks as if the Colts are going to allow punter Hunter Smith to go the free agency route according to the Indy Star. Here is the story from today’s edition:

Hunter Smith’s 10-year relationship with the Indianapolis Colts might be nearing an end. The team has informed its veteran punter it won’t offer him a new contract, allowing him to hit the NFL’s free-agent market Feb. 27. Smith voided the final year of his contract and will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the month. “The door isn’t closed for him to return, but they are not going to keep him off the market,” Tom Mills, Smith’s agent, said Tuesday afternoon. “When we chose to void the final year of Hunter’s contract, we certainly knew this was a possibility. “Hunter was prepared for this eventuality and he’s OK with it.”


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