The Indianapolis Colts brought in six free agent tight ends for tryouts on Friday, according to Aaron Wilson.
The full list of players who tried out includes:
Vollert, 25, wound up going undrafted out of Weber State back in 2018. He signed a three-year, $1.71 million contract with the Cardinals, but was on and off of their practice squad before catching on with the Bengals.
Cincinnati brought Vollert back on a futures contract only to waive him a few months later. The Chargers quickly claimed him off of waivers from the Bengals but he was waived with an injury designation and reverted to their injured reserve.
Los Angeles cut Vollert and he was signed by the Panthers but waived after just a few days. The Colts then claimed Vollert off of waivers from Carolina before cutting him loose coming out of training camp.
During his college career at Weber State, Vollert caught 146 passes for 1,977 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns over the course of 38 games.
Wolf, 24, originally signed on with the Titans as an undrafted free agent out of Tennessee back in May of 2018. He was waived at the start of the season and later caught on with the Packers’ practice squad.
From there, Wolf had short stints with the Panthers and Jaguars before returning to Green Bay’s taxi squad. He joined the Rams last year before eventually signing on with the Saints prior to the start of the 2020 season.
During his college career at Tennessee, Wolf caught 91 passes for 996 yards receiving and seven touchdowns over the course of four seasons and 44 games.