The Colts often develop linebackers, then let them walk, hesitant to reinvest.
SessionWhen Mike Peterson left in 2003, they got to see him twice annually for six years as a member of the Jaguars. When David Thornton bolted in 2006, they got to play against him as a member of the division rival Titans.
Bill Polian offered a classic quote after one of those early matchups against Thornton on Tennessee, saying the Colts' best linebacker was wearing No. 55 for the other team.
Is Indianapolis about to endure another chapter of losing a quality linebacker to a rival?
Session is an explosive player the Colts missed last season after a serious elbow injury knocked him out of the lineup. He likely has not played his best football yet.
The Jaguars already have struck a deal with Buffalo free-agent middle linebacker Paul Posluszny.
Session would be in line to replace Jacksonville free agent Justin Durant.
If the Jaguars started a lineup with Daryl Smith and Session flanking Posluszny, they’d likely have the best linebacking corps in the division, although Houston would want to argue it.
I’m guessing a one-time NFL linebacker named Jack Del Rio is liking the sound of that.