Moore is a former third-round selection by the Raiders in 2013 that was surprisingly acquired by the Colts last September in exchange for a sixth-round pick in this year's draft. When he initially arrived in Indianapolis, the inside linebacker spots were being proficiently manned by D'Qwell Jackson and Jerrell Freeman. However, with Freeman now a member of the Bears, there's an open competition for the role next to Jackson between Moore and fellow ILB Nate Irving.
The Colts are currently searching for Jerrell Freeman's successor at inside linebacker next to D'Qwell Jackson, and, if OTAs are any indication, the frontrunners for the gig include Irving and fellow LB Sio Moore. Both have seen the most first-team reps while Jackson receives rest. However, Irving is coming off of two injury-marred seasons; his 2014 season as a Bronco ended with an ACL tear, and a wrist injury ended his most recent campaign with the Colts. Fortunately, head coach Chuck Pagano reports that Irving finally looks like he's completely over his blown-out knee from two seasons ago. If this is true, Irving could be viewed as the favorite to win this competition.
Jones (ankle) will not participate in spring OTAs, but is scheduled to return to the field with the start of training camp in late July, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Jones missed the entire 2015 season due to torn ligaments in his ankle. It sounds like he's on pace to return, but we'll need to see how he holds up during training camp.
Davis appears to be at 100 percent during the start of OTAs, Stephen Holder of the IndyStar reports.
Davis was ProFootballFocus.com's sixth highest-graded player in the entire NFL throughout the 2014 season, but dealt with a pesky foot injury in 2015 that hindered his week-to-week performance. Reportedly, however, Davis was nearly declared an injury scratch prior to multiple contests. Thus, the fact that he did play all 16 games may say more about his toughness than his 2015 performance may say about any sort of decline in ability. Now nearing full health, look for Davis to return to shut-down form in 2016.
No updates were given on the injury, but it will be something to keep an eye on as the offseason progresses.