More on Hughes' role in Buffalo
May, 20, 2013
By Tim Kavanagh | ESPN Insider
Heading into the 2012 campaign for the Indianapolis Colts, former first-round pick Jerry Hughes had been somewhat of a disappointment for the club, as he'd failed to develop into the pass-rushing dynamo that they thought they were getting with the No. 31 pick in the 2010 draft. However, after the team shifted to a 3-4 alignment under new HC Chuck Pagano, the TCU product had his best season as a pro, with 41 tackles and four sacks. Nevertheless, the team dealt him this offseason to Buffalo in exchange for Kelvin Sheppard.