Irving will miss his second consecutive game Sunday due to a knee injury, ESPN reports. Irving has just eight total tackles this season as he's only played a snap on defense in two games.
The Colts have signed linebacker Nate Irving, according to the team's official website. Irving, 26, was taken in the third round (67th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Broncos. The NC State product spent his first three seasons in the NFL in Denver, registering 67 total tackles, two sacks and two passes defensed in 54 games (12 starts). He started eight games for Denver last season before tearing his ACL.
Linebacker Nate Irving visited the Colts on Monday, according to ESPN. It was said that the visit went well. Irving, formerly of the Broncos, has 104 total tackles, two passes defensed and two sacks over his four-year career.
Free agent linebacker Nate Irving is expected to visit the Cardinals this week, reports NFL Network. Irving, 26, had 46 tackles and a sack in eight games for the Broncos last season before tearing his ACL.
Despite finishing his season on injured reserve with a knee injury that required surgery, teams have expressed interest in linebacker Nate Irving, a source told ESPN. Irving played for the Broncos in 2014, but suffered a torn ACL in November, which required surgery. He will become a free agent in March.