Short Answer: No.
The maximum speed of curiosity is around 90 meters per hour with a 'cruising' speed of around 30 meters per hour. Average human walking speed is around 5000 meters per hour (that's 5km/h or around 3 miles per hour).
The various Mars-rovers simply aren't built for long-range travel, aiming more for a lifetime max of a few kilometers of travel.
That said, there might be some chance of salvaging parts from the probably long-dead rover(s). Precision-machined metal-parts might be hard to come by on Mars, but that brings up it's own set of problems. A permanent human colony on Mars is going to have it's own set of needs, and trying to set-up shop nearby any of the rovers is going to limit options far too much. It is probably not worth the effort to get the rover.