Jeff Saturday was released by the Green Bay Packers on Monday according to Adam Schefter, likely signaling one of the last two transactions Saturday will be involved in as a player in the NFL. Saturday will likely sign a one-day contract with the Indianapolis Colts, where he spent the first 13 years of his career.

Ian Rapoport believes Saturday is in fact in Indianapolis, and his formal retirement could occur in the near future.

Saturday signed with the Packers following the 2012 season, as Indianapolis decided to move on from its old regime of players -- including the release of Peyton Manning. Though Saturday signed a two-year deal with Green Bay, the center decided to retire following the 2013 Pro Bowl. Saturday did not play particularly well for the Packers, and was eventually benched late in the season.