The Pittsburgh Steelers released tight end Weslye Saunders on Friday and on Tuesday he signed with the Indianapolis Colts.
Saunders is now reunited with former Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who is serving as the Colts interim head coach.
Saunders posted the below picture of him signing his contract on his Twitter account.
Tough times don't last...tough people do. So glad to be a part of the Indianapolis Colts! Thanks for the sup instagr.am/p/Q3FfystDr-/
— Weslye Saunders (@Wes_Saunders88) October 16, 2012
Saunders was forced to miss the Steelers first four games of the season after he was suspended back in February for testing positive for a banned substance.
Head coach Mike Tomlin was asked about the release of Saunders on Tuesday and he would only say the decision to release the former undrafted tight end was a personnel based one.