Prince Amukamara has not played in a game since the 2019 season, but he remains on the NFL radar. The Colts are the latest team connected to the veteran cornerback.
The Colts brought in Amukamara for an audition Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN.com tweets. This comes as starter Xavier Rhodes is battling a hamstring injury. Rhodes missed a second day of practice this week due to the ailment.
While Amukamara has not seen action in a regular-season game since the Bears cut him in February 2020, he caught on with the Raiders that summer and was with the Cardinals on a practice squad deal for a chunk of last season. The former first-round pick also spent time with the Saints this summer but did not stick with New Orleans after the preseason.
A former Giants top pick in 2011, Amukamara has played 113 games and started 99. After he did not re-sign with the Giants in 2016, deals with the Jaguars and Bears commenced. Amukamara, now 32, spent three seasons in Chicago.
The Colts, who have veteran slot corner Brian Poole on their practice squad, can clinch a playoff berth by beating the Jaguars on Sunday. Indianapolis has not won in Jacksonville since 2014.