Colts work out former Cincinnati Bengal Devon Still

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts worked out former Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still on Tuesday, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates.

Still became known last season as his daughter, Leah, battled Neuroblastoma, Stage 4, a very serious disease.

ESPN.com Bengals reporter Coley Harvey wrote earlier this month that Leah Still has been in remission for more than 160 days.

Devon Still accepted the Jimmy V. Perseverance Award on his and Leah's behalf at The ESPYS back in July.

Still reported to Cincinnati training camp in better shape this season, but he got caught up in the numbers game along on the Bengals defensive line.

The workout was the first for Still since being released by the Bengals.

The Colts are set on the starting defensive line with Kendall Langford, David Parry and Henry Anderson, but they’re always looking add depth up front, especially with the loss of Art Jones (ankle) for the season.