Where are they now: Courtney Roby


Courtney Roby, 35, is a former football player for North Central, IU, Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons.
Roby was drafted in the 3rd round 68th overall by the Tennessee Titans. As a senior, he was named an All-State Selection. He caught 12 passes for 296 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed 539 yards with six touchdowns.
“For 20 something years of my life my job was playing football so it took a little bit of time to figure out what I wanted to do next.”
At IU, he broke the all-time record for receptions with 170 and 2,524 yards. He also returned 28 kickoffs for 567 yards.
He started his first two years of his NFL career with the Tennessee Titans. He later signed with the Colts for eight months before being released.
Roby signed with the New Orleans Saints in 2008, but he had an injury riddle time his first season. He was the primary kick returner for the team and once returned 97 yards for a touchdown.
He won Super Bowl XLIV (44) with the New Orleans Saints 31-17 against the Indianapolis Colts. This was the main highlight of his 10 year career.
“Just knowing that I had a big footprint on their season was definitely an honor.”
He has two brothers named Brandon Walker-Roby and John Roby III. He lives in Fishers, Indiana with his wife Krystal Currie, whom he married in 2013.
“My life is great, I got my wife and two kids, two beautiful girls ages eight and three, you know just living the family life.”