The Colts waived Wolff (undisclosed) off injured reserve Friday after both parties reached an agreement on an injury settlement, per the Colts' transaction log.
Wolff was a considered a dark horse in terms of making it through the Colts' final roster cuts. However, he was held back from making an impression in camp due to an undisclosed issue, and ultimately placed on the team's injured reserve. He will now be free to look for a new destination once he regains full health.
Wolff signed a contract with the Colts on Monday.
Wolff hasn't appeared in a regular-season game since 2014. He'll provide depth at safety, but he faces long odds of surviving roster cuts.
Wolff was released by the Redskins on Thursday, Stephen Czarda of the Redskins' official site reports.
The Redskins made a plethora of moves at safety on Thursday, releasing Wolff and Josh Evans while adding Stefan McClure and Tim Scott. Wolff hasn't played in an NFL game since tearing his ACL in 2014.
Wolff signed a reserve/future contract with the Redskins on Thursday, John Keim of ESPN reports.
Wolff hasn't played in a game since he tore his ACL in November of 2014. The safety didn't play this past year but will hope to secure a spot, likely at the bottom of the depth chart, in Washington for the 2017 season.
Wolff (hamstring) reached an injury settlement with the Jaguars on Wednesday, Mike Persinger of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Wolff remains without an expected return date, but is now eligible to sign with another team.
Wolff (hamstring) was placed on the Jaguars' injured reserve list Wednesday.
Wolff suffered a hamstring injury during Jacksonville's third preseason game against the Bengals. However, no timetable has been provided for his return.
Wolff (hamstring) was waived/injured by the Jaguars on Monday, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Wolff sustained a hamstring injury after playing just three snaps in Jacksonville's preseason victory over Cincinnati on Sunday. The safety faced long odds at making the team anyway, but could be stashed on IR if he clears waivers.
Wolff injured his hamstring and was unable to return to Sunday's tilt against the Bengals, Jaguars public relations manager Tad Dickman reports.
Wolff was originally listed as doubtful to return to Sunday's game after exiting in the second half. It's unclear what the injury is exactly, leaving him with no clear return date. He'll look to resume competing for a spot near the tail end of the depth chart in the Jaguars' secondary as soon as he returns.
The Eagles waived injured safety Earl Wolff on Friday, Philly.com reported, citing NFL sources.
Wolff was recovering from offseason knee surgery, but he missed the last three practices with soreness in the knee.
The Eagles have waived/injured third-year safety Earl Wolff, who tweeted that he underwent knee surgery Thursday.
Wolff was absent from the last three practices with what he described as soreness in the knee. He missed all spring workouts despite Chip Kelly declaring that he had been cleared by the doctor.
He was a full participant, however, when training camp began and said he was feeling as good as he had in over a year, per the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Eagles strong safety Earl Wolff, who has been cleared to participate in minicamp after recovering from knee surgery, began the Tuesday session working with trainers, per the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Chip Kelly has indicated that Wolff will return when he decides he can tolerate whatever level of pain he experiences.
Wolff played in seven games last season, but started just one.
Eagles safety Earl Wolff and linebacker Marcus Smith were limited in OTAs with injuries, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Wolff is recovering from knee surgery. Coach Chip Kelly said the safety has been cleared to return, and the team is waiting for him to reach full participation in OTAs. Smith has been dealing with a pulled leg muscle.
Eagles safety Earl Wolff told reporters he underwent "mini-micro fracture" surgery on his injured knee, according to the Delaware News Journal. Wolff, who was placed on injured reserve, is expected to be fully recovered by the end of April.
The Eagles lost safety Earl Wolff for the season after the team placed him on injured reserve, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
To replace Wolff, the Eagles signed cornerback Roc Carmichael to the active roster.
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), safety Earl Wolff, wideout Jeff Maehl (foot), defensive back Jaylen Watkins, offensive linemen Julian Vandervelde and Dennis Kelly, and defensive end Taylor Hart inactive for Sunday's game at Green Bay.
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), receiver Jeff Maehl, defensive end Taylor Hart, safeties Earl Wolff and Jaylen Watkins, and offensive linemen Julian Vandervelde and Dennis Kelly inactive for Monday night's game against the Panthers.
All of the Eagles listed as probables on the team's final injury report are active for Sunday's Week 5 matchup against the Rams, including tight ends James Casey (knee) and Trey Burton (Achilles), cornerback Nolan Carroll (ankle), wide receivers Jeremy Maclin (hamstring), Brad Smith (groin) and Josh Huff (shoulder), tackle Matt Tobin (ankle) and safety Earl Wolff (knee).
Huff indicated during the week that he was healthy and ready to play despite being continued to be listed on the injury report. He'll make his professional debut on Sunday if he gets on to the field. Wide receiver Jeff Maehl, who is inactive with Huff ready to roll, played just four offensive snaps in Week 4.
The Eagles have issued a rather lengthy injury report for their Sunday game against St. Louis, but only center Jason Kelce and linebacker Mychal Kendricks have been ruled out. Cornerback Brandon Boykin (hamstring) is questionable while the rest are probable.
That designation belongs to tight ends James Casey (knee) and Trey Burton (Achilles), cornerback Nolan Carroll (ankle), wide receivers Jeremy Maclin (hamstring), Brad Smith (groin) and Josh Huff (shoulder), tackle Matt Tobin (ankle) and safety Earl Wolff (knee).
A slew of Eagles who were listed as probable are active for the game in San Francisco. They include wideouts Jordan Matthews (oblique) and Brad Smith (groin), defensive end Brandon Bair (foot), cornerback Brandon Boykin (hip), tight end James Casey (knee), defensive end Fletcher Cox (back), offensive tackle Matt Tobin (ankle) and safety Earl Wolff (knee).
Probables dominate the injury report released Friday by the Eagles for their game Sunday in San Francisco.
Among those with that designation are defensive ends Fletcher Cox (back) and Brandon Bair (foot), cornerbacks Jaylen Watkins (hamstring) and Brandon Boykin (hip), tight end James Casey (knee), wide receivers Brad Smith (groin) and Jordan Matthews (oblique), tackle Matt Tobin (ankle) and safety Earl Wolff (knee).
Center Jason Kelce (hernia) and linebacker Mychal Kendricks (calf) will not play. Wideout Josh Huff (shoulder) is questionable.