Reitz announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star reports.
Reitz spent his last six seasons playing for the Colts, playing at four different positions along the offensive line during his tenure. Indianapolis ranked 28th in the NFL in sacks allowed last season, giving up 2.8 per game. Reitz leaves behind a young core that will need to protect Andrew Luck better if the Colts' offense is to reach its full potential.
Reitz (back) is active for Week 16 against the Raiders.
Reitz will be active after logging full practice sessions on Thursday and Friday. Expect Joe Haeg to move back to the bench while Reitz plays right tackle.
Reitz (back) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
Reitz appears to have suffered a back injury during Week 14, and he'll miss additional action in Week 15 while Joe Haeg continues to start at right tackle.
Reitz has cleared concussion protocol, Zak Keefer of the Indy Star reports.
Reitz went down in Week 8 and hasn't played since. However, his availability means the Colts will have a completely healthy offensive line for the first time since Week 2.
Reitz (concussion) will not play Sunday against the Packers, Stephen Holder of the Indy Star reports.
Reitz remains under the concussion protocol. Look for Le'Raven Clark to operate as the Colts' primary reserve at tackle in Reitz's absence.
Reitz is under the league's concussion protocol according to coach Chuck Pagano, Mike Chappell of CBS 4 in Indianapolis reports.
Reitz won't be able to return to full activity until he's cleared. Meanwhile, the Colts could be a bit thin on the offensive line if Retiz is unable to play Sunday against the Packers with Jack Mewhort (triceps) also questionable.
Reitz (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Reitz has been hobbled by a back injury for a few weeks, was able to log full practices on Thursday and Friday and is good to go for Sunday's game.
Reitz (back) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Reitz seems likely to play this Sunday against the Bears after missing last weeks contest due to a back injury. If he for some reason cannot take the field this Sunday, expect Le'Raven Clark to start for a second consecutive week.
Reitz (back) was inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports.
Reitz was limited in both Thursday's and Friday's practices and was able to do some pre-game work on Sunday, but was unable to take the field against the Jaguars on Sunday. Joe Haeg, who started at right guard Week 3, replaced Reitz at right tackle. Reitz will look to reclaim his starting position in Week 5.
Reitz (back) is questionable for the Colts' Week 4 tilt against the Jaguars, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
Reitz was forced to leave last week's game after suffering his back injury in the second quarter. If he's unable to play in Week 4 look for Joe Haeg to fill in for him at tackle.
Reitz has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game with a back injury, Tom James of the Tribune-Star reports.
Given the nature of back injuries, Reitz will likely require close medical attention before he is cleared to return to action.
Reitz (back) did not practice Wednesday.
Reitz's absence from practice is likely just precautionary, because although he suffered a back injury late in the preseason, he did play every snap in Week 1. His status for the team's Week 2 matchup with the Broncos will become clearer based on his participation over the next couple of practices.
The Colts will have a very deep offensive line for OTAs. Currently, the team's roster features 10 players that have started in the NFL, per Colts.com.
The Colts will have battle for starting spots at center and on the right side of the line.
Khaled Holmes enters the offseason as the starting center, but he'll be pushed by Jonotthan Harrison, who started 10 games last season.
At right guard, offseason acquisition Todd Herremans has the inside track, but he'll compete with Hugh Thornton, a veteran of 20 NFL starts.
Gosder Cherilus, returning from knee and groin injuries that landed him on injured reserve last season, will start OTAs as the right tackle. Joe Reitz and Ulrick John will compete for the job.
The Colts agreed to terms with free agent offensive lineman Joe Reitz, reports the Tribune-Star. Reitz, 29, is a key reserve who played in 10 games last season at guard and tackle.
Colts running back Trent Richardson, who was questionable with an illness, is active for Sunday's playoff game against the Bengals. He'll continue to back up Dan Herron.
All the Colts who were probable on the injury report also are active. The list includes wideout Reggie Wayne (groin), tight end Dwayne Allen (knee), linebacker Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), guard Joe Reitz (ankle), linebacker Erik Walden (knee) and linebacker Bjoern Werner (shoulder).
Indy is a 3.5-point home favorite.
The Colts listed the following players as probable for Sunday’s game against the Bengals: Dwayne Allen (knee), Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), Joe Reitz (ankle), Erik Walden (knee), Reggie Wayne (groin) and Bjoern Werner (shoulder).
Running back Trent Richardson (illness) is the only play listed as questionable. While A.Q. Shipley (ankle) is listed as doubtful and Hugh Thornton (shoulder) has been ruled out.
The Colts are 3 1/2-point favorites.
The Colts ruled these players inactive for the regular-season finale at Tennessee: tight end Dwayne Allen (knee), cornerback Sheldon Price, linebacker Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), guard Joe Reitz (ankle), offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus (groin), linebacker Bjoern Werner (shoulder) and nose tackle Zach Kerr.
The Colts listed tight end Dwayne Allen (knee), tackle Gosder Cherilus (groin) and outside linebacker Bjoern Werner (shoulder) as out for Sunday's contest against Tennessee.
Inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) and guard Joe Reitz (ankle) were ruled as questionable.
Meanwhile, defensive end Cory Redding (knee), guard Hugh Thornton (knee) and outside linebacker Erik Walden (knee) were labeled probable
The Colts ruled the following players inactive for Sunday's game at Dallas: wideout T.Y. Hilton (hamstring), defensive back Jalil Brown, defensive back Sheldon Price, guard Hugh Thornton, guard Joe Reitz, guard Gosder Cherilus and nose tackle Montori Hughes.
The Colts revealed wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) and cornerback Vontae Davis (groin) are being listed as questionable for Sunday’s game at Dallas.
While Hilton was not able to practice at all this week, Davis was a limited participant in Thursday and Friday’s practice.
The Colts ruled Gosder Cherilus (groin), Joe Reitz (ankle) and Hugh Thornton (knee) as out. While Josh Cribbs , Erik Walden and Reggie Wayne are listed as probable.
The Colts are 3 1/2-point underdogs.