|Offense||31st||103.8 (21st)||180.8 (30th)|
|Defense||29th||120.4 (25th)||246.6 (28th)|
|Acker, Kenneth (FA)||CB||6-0||195||2/6/1992||5||Southern Methodist|
|45||Adams, Tyrell||LB||6-2||230||4/11/1992||3||West Georgia|
|17||Aiken, Kamar (FA)||WR||6-2||216||5/30/1989||6||UCF|
|48||Alie-Cox, Mo||TE||6-6||267||9/19/1993||1||Virginia Commonwealth|
|95||Autry, Denico||DE||6-5||270||7/15/1990||5||Mississippi State|
|1||Badgley, Mike||K||5-9||183||//||R||Miami (Fla.)|
|15||Brent, K.J.||WR||6-3||202||8/6/1993||1||Wake Forest|
|7||Brissett, Jacoby||QB||6-4||235||12/11/1993||3||NC State|
|20||Butler, Darius (FA)||DB||5-10||192||3/18/1986||10||Connecticut|
|74||Castonzo, Anthony||T||6-7||311||8/9/1988||8||Boston College|
|40||Cirino, Michael||DB||5-11||191||//||R||Adams State|
|62||Clark, Le'Raven||T||6-5||311||4/22/1993||3||Texas Tech|
|37||Cooper, Chris||DB||5-10||202||//||R||Stony Brook|
|84||Doyle, Jack||TE||6-6||262||5/5/1990||6||Western Kentucky|
|36||Durr, Lashard||DB||5-10||188||10/24/1994||R||Mississippi State|
|85||Ebron, Eric||TE||6-4||253||4/10/1993||5||North Carolina|
|41||Farley, Matthias||DB||5-11||209||7/15/1992||3||Notre Dame|
|10||Fountain, Daurice||WR||6-1||210||//||R||Northern Iowa|
|59||George, Jeremiah||LB||5-11||234||1/24/1992||4||Iowa State|
|64||Glowinski, Mark||G||6-4||310||5/3/1992||4||West Virginia|
|71||Good, Denzelle||T||6-5||345||3/8/1991||4||Mars Hill|
|52||Goode, Najee||LB||6-0||244||6/4/1989||7||West Virginia|
|73||Haeg, Joe||T||6-6||305||3/11/1993||3||North Dakota State|
|95||Hankins, Johnathan (FA)||DT||6-2||325||3/30/1992||6||Ohio State|
|13||Hilton, T.Y.||WR||5-9||178||11/14/1989||7||Florida International|
|42||Hines, Nyheim||RB||5-8||198||//||R||NC State|
|81||Hogan, Krishawn||WR||6-3||222||5/12/1995||2||Marian (Ind.)|
|29||Hooker, Malik||DB||6-2||212||4/2/1996||2||Ohio State|
|79||Howard, Austin||T||6-7||330||3/22/1987||9||Northern Iowa|
|92||Hunt, Margus||DE||6-8||298||7/14/1987||6||Southern Methodist|
|16||Jones, Seantavius||WR||6-3||200||8/9/1992||1||Valdosta State|
|9||Kaaya, Brad||QB||6-4||215||9/3/1995||2||Miami (Fla.)|
|66||Laulile, Tomasi||DT||6-2||285||//||R||Brigham Young|
|53||Leonard, Darius||LB||6-2||234||7/27/1995||R||South Carolina State|
|94||Lewis, Tyquan||DE||6-3||269||//||R||Ohio State|
|60||Machorro, Jared||T||6-6||302||//||R||Texas A&M-Commerce|
|25||Mack, Marlon||RB||6-0||210||3/7/1996||2||South Florida|
|75||Mewhort, Jack||T||6-6||305||8/30/1991||5||Ohio State|
|38||Michael, Christine||RB||5-10||220||11/9/1990||6||Texas A&M|
|28||Milton, Chris||CB||5-11||196||9/15/1992||3||Georgia Tech|
|23||Moore, Kenny||CB||5-9||190||8/23/1995||2||Valdosta State|
|48||Moore, Skai||LB||6-2||218||1/8/1995||R||South Carolina|
|56||Nelson, Quenton||G||6-5||325||3/19/1996||R||Notre Dame|
|55||Nunez-Roches, Rakeem||DE||6-2||307||7/3/1993||4||Southern Miss|
|30||Odum, George||DB||6-1||195||//||R||Central Arkansas|
|46||Rhodes, Luke||LS||6-2||238||12/2/1992||2||William & Mary|
|80||Rogers, Chester||WR||6-1||184||1/12/1994||3||Grambling State|
|51||Simon, John||LB||6-1||250||10/14/1990||6||Ohio State|
|90||Stewart, Grover||DT||6-4||333||10/20/1993||2||Albany State (Ga.)|
|86||Swoope, Erik||TE||6-5||258||5/8/1992||3||Miami (Fla.)|
|16||Tolzien, Scott (FA)||QB||6-2||215||9/4/1987||8||Wisconsin|
|43||Travis, Ross||TE||6-7||235||1/9/1993||3||Penn State|
|33||Turbin, Robert||RB||5-10||216||12/2/1989||7||Utah State|
|4||Vinatieri, Adam||K||6-0||212||12/28/1972||23||South Dakota State|
|67||Vujnovich, Jeremy||G||6-5||300||10/12/1990||2||Louisiana Coll.|
|21||White, D.J.||CB||5-11||193||9/9/1993||3||Georgia Tech|
|30||Wilkins, Jordan||RB||6-1||216||7/18/1994||R||Ole Miss|
|85||Williams, Brandon (FA)||TE||6-3||260||10/12/1987||6||Oregon|
|44||Winn, George (FA)||RB||5-11||215||11/10/1990||4||Cincinnati|
|2||Binford, Harvey (IR)||WR||6-0||185||1/20/1991||1||Lindenwood|
|56||Calvin, Johnathan (IR)||DT||6-3||266||11/28/1993||1||Mississippi State|
|53||Jackson, Edwin (IR)||ILB||6-0||234||12/19/1991||2||Georgia Southern|
|Jeter, Colin (IR)||TE||6-7||254||5/23/1995||R||LSU|
|Listenbee, Kolby (IR)||WR||6-0||183||1/25/1994||1||TCU|
Nunez-Roches was waived by Kansas City earlier in the week after totaling 24 tackles (13 solo) and a half-sack in 16 games with the Chiefs in 2017. The 24-year-old could serve in a rotational role on the Colts' defensive line if he cracks the 53-man roster in September.
Rogers won the No. 3 receiver role to begin last season, but then struggled with a hamstring injury and recorded just 23 receptions. The competition for targets in the Colts' receiver corps beyond top option T.Y. Hilton looks wide open, but secondary targets probably won't have much fantasy value if Andrew Luck isn't able to return from a shoulder injury.
Kelly's 2017 campaign was riddled with injuries, leading to him finally being placed on injured reserve in December due to a concussion. However, he now appears to be healthy and cleared of all symptoms, leaving him ready to participate in offseason workouts.
After being drafted by Detroit in the sixth round of the draft in April, Kaaya was waived three times by two different teams before ultimately joining the Lions' practice squad in late October. The Colts evidently recognized some potential in the 22-year-old, who will get a look during their final week of practice of the season. Indianapolis could view Kaaya as a potential backup candidate in 2018 with Scott Tolzien set to become an unrestricted free agent.
Castonzo was limited to a handful of snaps in practice Friday after not practicing early in the week, but he is apparently well enough to play Sunday. The 29-year-old will start at left tackle for the Colts against the Texans.
Mewhort, who signed a one-year deal to remain with the Colts in March, landed on injured reserve in mid-October of last season due to a knee injury. He also suffered a meniscus injury in late 2016, so it appears the team is taking a cautious approach to his practice schedule.
Travis played 11 games with Kansas City prior to being waived and subsequently claimed by Indianapolis. The 25-year-old caught two passes for 33 yards in four games with the Colts and will enter the final year of his rookie contract in 2018.
Hooker led the team with three interceptions prior to suffering the injury, but he was only able to log seven games in his first NFL season. It appears Hooker is progressing well in his rehab, though a return to full contact during training camp would be a major step forward from his current rehab status.
Johnson has spent the past month on the Colts' practice squad after spending previous stints with the Jets and Patriots. Look for the Johnson to play in a reserve role on the defensive line behind starter Margus Hunt.
Slauson was placed on injured reserve by the Chargers in October after undergoing surgery on his torn biceps and signed a contract with the Colts in March. The 32-year-old participating at this point in the offseason is a good indication he avoided major setbacks in his recovery process.
Swoope inked an exclusive rights tender with the Colts in early April, keeping him in Indianapolis for the 2018 campaign. However, the signing of Eric Ebron to play behind Jack Doyle doesn't bode well for Swoope's chances of seeing the field consistently this season. The nature of Swoope's remains unclear, but there's no indication at this point that it's a long-term concern.
Binford was released by Cardinals in May before signing with the Colts in June. He was not expected to land on the final roster before getting injured.
Hankins is arguably the best defensive lineman left on the market. The Colts cut the defensive tackle loose just one season into a three-year, $27 million contract last month, reportedly because they didn't view Hankins as fast enough to play in their new 4-3 scheme. That criticism is surprising, considering the 2013 second-rounder thrived in the Giants' 4-3 defense during the first four years of his career -- a span that includes a 51-tackle, seven-sack season in 2014. Should Hankins agree to terms with the Jets, he'd likely take over a starting job next to Leonard Williams. Gang Green previously expressed interest in Ndamukong Suh this offseason, so it's clear the Jets are looking to upgrade their defensive line.
Adams has been around the NFL since 2015 but has only played in 12 games over his three year career, amassing 21 tackles in those tilts. He started the season on the Raiders before being released in October. He'll look to catch on as a depth linebacker and special teams player while with the Colts in 2018.
This is actually a decent outcome for Turbin, with the addition of two running backs negated by the spot where they were drafted. The Colts somewhat surprisingly decided to pass on the high-end options in a strong running back class, displaying at least some degree of confidence in Marlon Mack and Turbin. While Mack figures to enter training camp as the favorite for the lead job, Turbin has a shot to earn a role as a short-yardage runner and special teams contributor, with his solid reputation as a blocker potentially also giving him a chance at some playing time on passing downs. However, he could land on the wrong side of the roster bubble if Hines and Wilkins both appear ready to contribute from the get-go.
Hairston played a much larger role than anticipated in 2017 due to numerous injuries to the Colts' secondary, as well as the departure of veteran Vontae Davis. The rookie fifth-round pick should battle for defensive snaps in training camp, with starting cornerbacks Pierre Desir (pectoral) and Rashaan Melvin (hand) both headed for free agency in 2018.
Listenbee was waived over the weekend due to an undisclosed injury. He'll be stuck on IR all season unless he and the Colts agree on an injury settlement.
The 44 tackles set a new career high for Woods, who had never broken 30 tackles in a season before 2017. The 30-year-old nose tackle typically serves as a run stopper and is unlikely to maintain a similar level of production with the Colts in 2018.
Brent was brought in as a safety measure at wide receiver, as Donte Moncrief (groin) is questionable for the contest. Brent has been with the team since signing with the practice squad Oct. 24. Prior to that he spent time with the Seahawks and Raiders.
Geathers returned from the Physically Unable to Perform list from his preseason neck injury for the final five games of the season. The 25-year-old is entering the final year of his rookie contract and has played only 14 games over the past two seasons, and will likely require a strong training camp to have any chance at a starting role in 2018.
Milton's tender is a one-year deal that will keep him in Indianapolis for a third season. He had nine tackles in 14 games last year while playing primarily on special teams. He saw just 20 defensive snaps on the season, but he played in 74 percent of special teams plays. He'll figure to be a primary special teams player once again in 2018 while also trying to work his way into the defensive rotation.
Hilton beat the rest of the league to the punch with the "best-shape-of-my-life" quote, spilling it during the second week of the Colts' offseason workout program. He even joked that his big change was eating Cinnamon Toast Crunch instead of fast food for dinner, but he's working closely with Colts director of sports performance Rusty Jones. Perhaps more important, the 28-year-old speedster sounds excited for his seventh professional season, likely invigorated by the possibility of playing with Andrew Luck (shoulder) under the tutelage of new head coach Frank Reich, who served as offensive coordinator for the Eagles last season. Hilton shouldn't have any problem piling up targets even if the Colts use an early draft pick at his position, as the other wideouts on the current roster have accounted for only 145 career receptions and five touchdowns. The major concern is Luck's continued recovery from shoulder surgery, though the Colts are optimistic their quarterback will be ready for the start of training camp. The passing game should still run through Hilton and Jack Doyle in 2018, with offseason additions Eric Ebron and Ryan Grant also in the mix to earn regular targets.
Ballard said Mack should be a full participant at the start of training camp, where he'll likely be the favorite for the lead role in a backfield that includes veterans Robert Turbin, Christine Michael and Josh Ferguson, along with rookies Nyheim Hines (fourth round) and Jordan Wilkins (fifth round). The Colts' decision to pass on running backs in the early rounds of the 2018 draft can be taken as a sign that the team isn't too worried about Mack's shoulder. The 2017 third-round pick was inconsistent yet promising while stuck behind Frank Gore last season, averaging just 3.8 yards per carry despite ripping off six gains of 20 or more yards among his 93 totes. New head coach Frank Reich recently mentioned that he'd be comfortable using a committee approach in the backfield.
Morrison started all 15 games for Indianapolis and finished the season as the team's top tackler. The 23-year-old took a step forward in his sophomore season and likely heads into 2018 as a presumed starter at inside linebacker for the Colts.
While the addition of Ebron will make it difficult for Doyle to match last year's career-high marks of 80 receptions and 107 targets, the expected return of Andrew Luck (shoulder) should provide the 27-year-old with more scoring opportunities, not to mention the potential for improvement on sub-par 2017 marks of 8.6 yards per catch and 6.4 per target. The Colts figure to make heavy use of two-TE formations, which should help compensate for a lack of talent at running back and wide receiver. New head coach Frank Reich previously served as coordinator for an Eagles offense that distributed 185 targets to tight ends in 2016 and 163 in 2017, accounting for 29.7 percent of the team total in his two-year tenure. Luck recently progressed to throwing footballs and could begin working with his teammates as soon as late April.
Farley also added seven pass breakups and finished second on the team in total tackles. The 25-year-old put forth a productive sophomore season and will likely compete with Clayton Geathers for a starting role at safety for the Colts in 2018, next to Malik Hooker.
Luck took some snaps and handed the ball off during minicamp in late April, indicating progress in his recovery. However, the big test will come when his shoulder is tested for the first time. If Luck remains on track with the schedule, it wouldn't be surprising to see him participating in some fashion when training camp begins in August. Assuming he retakes command of the Colts' offense this season, Luck will need to develop a rapport with a number of new faces at the skill positions. Eric Ebron and Ryan Grant joined the club via free agency and Daurice Fountain, Deon Cain and Nyheim Hines were selected in the 2018 NFL draft.
Daniels' full session to begin Week 16 preparations offers optimism about his chances of suiting up Saturday against the Ravens, though the coaching staff would surely like to see him put in another full practice or two to feel better about his availability. The reserve tight end has missed the last four games with the hamstring issue and shouldn't be expected to play a major role in the passing game if he suits up Saturday.
Grant had his four-year, $29 million contract with the Ravens voided by a failed physical, though many have speculated that Baltimore simply had buyer's remorse and preferred to sign a more proven player in Michael Crabtree. The 2014 fifth-round pick enjoyed a breakout of sorts in Washington last season, catching 45 of 65 targets for 573 yards (8.8 YPT) and four scores, besting his reception, yardage and touchdown totals from the previous three years combined. Grant did hurt his ankle in Week 14, but he's yet to miss a game since entering the league. He profiles as the likely No. 2 wideout for the receiver-needy Colts, though other moves in free agency and/or the draft could change that outlook before Week 1. Assuming Andrew Luck (shoulder) is healthy, Grant will be in a good situation for a player looking to establish his value before hitting the open market again next offseason. He passed his end-of-season physical with the Redskins and has already passed a physical for the Colts.
Eberflus' scheme calls for the defensive front to provide more pressure on quarterbacks and limit big plays, something that wasn't asked of the Colts' linemen as often in the 3-4 setup used under recently fired head coach Chuck Pagano. In the new one-gap line arrangement, Johnathan Hankins is expected to slide over from defensive end to defensive tackle, opening up a spot on the edge for Sheard. The 28-year-old Sheard is coming off a 2017 season in which he recorded 52 stops (37 solo), his highest total since 2012, his second season in the NFL. The presumed move to the line will minimize the tackle opportunities available for Sheard, though he could notice an uptick in the 5.5 sacks he registered last season; over his career, Sheard has delivered three seven-plus sack campaigns, all of which came under coordinators who favored 4-3 defenses.
The 26-year-old Wright didn't log any NFL action in 2017 after having accrued 18 receptions for 197 yards across 24 games with the Bengals the preceding two seasons. The 2014 seventh-round pick will try to earn his way back onto an NFL roster with a strong showing for the Colts during training camp.
Green was a surprise starter at cornerback in Week 1 of last season after failing to play the position in 2016. He struggled and soon headed to the bench. Later in the season he was moved to safety, which looks permanent now. He'll begin the season as a reserve and need to work his way back into the mix for playing time.
Winn spent the entire 2017 season on injured reserve. The 27-year-old hasn't appeared in a game since 2015 and has logged only 23 carries in his career. If Winn can get healthy, he'll hope to compete for a depth position elsewhere.
It was a tough first go-round in Indianapolis for Aiken, who logged career lows in receptions, yards and touchdowns, despite making seven starts with the team. It's difficult to say if his 2017 performance will garner another deal from the Colts, especially with Donte Moncrief also entering free agency. However, Aiken's breakout 2015 season with the Ravens could still be relevant enough to get him a deal somewhere in the league.
Stewart dominated the competition in the Southern Conference at Albany State. He was a three-time first-teamer in the Southern Conference and has good size at 6-foot-4, 334 pounds, but Stewart will have a learning curve at the next level as he adjusts to NFL competition. Stewart is a project with upside, but some may consider him a reach even at the bottom of the fourth round.
Though Brissett has been with the Colts for less than a month after being acquired from the Patriots prior to final roster cuts, Tolzien performed poorly enough as starter in the team's embarrassing loss to the Rams in Week 1 for coach Chuck Pagano to go in a different direction. If Andrew Luck's shoulder injury keeps him sidelined for the foreseeable future and Brissett fails to ignite the offense or succumbs to an injury, it's possible that Tolzien gets another look as the team's signal caller, but he's unlikely to yield promising results in that scenario. For his career, the 30-year-old Tolzien owns a mediocre 61.6 quarterback rating and a 2:9 TD:INT ratio.
After receiving a tender from the Chargers in March, Los Angeles withdrew its offer in April, effectively making McCain an unrestricted free agent. McCain played a very limited role in 2017 with just 241 defensive snaps, but he still produced an impressive 28 tackles -- six for a loss -- and five sacks. The Colts are shifting from a 4-3 to a 3-4 scheme, and McCain will compete with Jabaal Sheard and former linebacker John Simon for a place in the starting lineup.
Michael spent the entire 2017 campaign on injured reserve after getting hurt in training camp. The Colts don't seem to harbor any concern about Michael's health heading into the 2018 campaign, so he should be in attendance when offseason workouts begin next month. With the Colts electing not to bring back Frank Gore, Michael could have a chance to battle Marlon Mack, Robert Turbin and Josh Ferguson for snaps.
Bond suffered a torn quad muscle in Sunday's game against the Seahawks, and the injury will require surgery. With that, Bond's season likely is over, and the Colts will be down to their third center until they can get Ryan Kelly (foot) back on the field.
Autry served as a rotational defensive lineman for the Raiders at both end and tackle last season, notching 36 tackles (23 solo) and a career-high 5.0 sacks. He may have an opportunity to compete for a starting role with the Colts, but he should serve as a rotational player at a minimum again in 2018.
Howard started all 16 games for the Ravens at right tackle last season, but was let go just one year into his three-year pact with Baltimore. He graded out as the 36th-best offensive tackle last season, per Pro Football Focus. The veteran will likely remain at right tackle for the Colts in 2018.
Walker moved up to No. 3 on the QB depth chart before last week's preseason game, but may fall back to the No. 4 spot after he didn't do much and Stephen Morris played well. With Scott Tolzien struggling in the preseason and Andrew Luck still out with a shoulder injury, it's possible any of the Indianapolis quarterbacks could figure into the mix early in the regular season.
Walker was active for only two games in the first half of the season but managed to earn a pair of starts to finish the year. The rookie fifth-round pick had 19 tackles over the final three weeks of the season, and could have a chance to earn an increased role in 2018 with starting linebacker Jon Bostic headed for free agency.
After missing exactly half of his first 64 career games due to injury, Goode didn't miss a single contest for the Eagles in each of the past two seasons. He's mostly a special-teams player but logged a career-high 200 snaps on defense in 2017, accruing 22 tackles along the way. Goode could possibly top that number this season with the Colts given the team's questionable depth at outside linebacker.
The accident occurred before 4 AM, when Jackson and a ride-sharing operator were killed. Jackson, an inside linebacker, posted 66 tackles and two sacks in 16 games with the Colts in 2016 before spending this past season on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury.
Basham hasn't played more than 19 defensive snaps this season, but it sounds like he'll surpass that number Sunday against the Bills. The rookie third-round pick has two sacks already this season, proving he's capable of taking on the challenge.
In his second season, Ferguson had less responsibilities on offense due to rookie fourth-round pick Marlon Mack's emergence. Still, he kept his consistent place on the roster with his special teams contributions, and he'll continue to battle for offensive reps in 2018.
Burwell was moved to the active roster after Andrew Luck (shoulder) was officially placed on injured reserve Thursday. Burwell should serve as a depth lineman and special teams contributor for the time being.
Butler has moved into a more prominent role with Malik Hooker out for the season with a knee injury, as he's splitting playing time with T.J. Green opposite Matthias Farley. However, Butler hasn't been a prodigious tackler in his career, which limits his IDP value.
George mostly served in a reserve role for the Colts this season, but did earn a start in Week 2. The 25-year-old is entering the final year of his two-year contract with Indianapolis and is likely to serve a similar role in 2018, assuming he remains with the team.
Brissett took a league-high 52 sacks and only won four of 15 starts last season, but his numbers were otherwise respectable for a second-year quarterback stuck in an undermanned offense. He completed 58.8 percent of his passes for 6.6 yards per attempt, with 17 total touchdowns (four rushing) and only 10 turnovers (seven INTs). A 2016 third-round pick, Brissett has two years remaining on his rookie contract at less than $1 million per season. The Colts expect Andrew Luck (shoulder) to be healthy for training camp, but they'd still need to be blown away to consider trading Brissett. The team likely would revise its stance next offseason if Luck were to make it through the 2018 campaign without any major injuries or setbacks.
Wilson was active for the first two weeks of the season, but didn't see game action again until Week 13. The rookie second-round pick started the final four games of the season and could have a chance to earn an increased role in 2018 with starting cornerbacks Pierre Desir (pectoral) and Rashaan Melvin (hand) slated for free agency.
Keefer suggested that Ebron's presence outside could become a consistent part of the offense in 2018. It wouldn't be too surprising given Ebron's proficiency as a pass-catcher, with Jack Doyle also on the roster to serve as the in-line tight end. Despite showing some promise at different points in his career, the 25-year-old tight end has yet to put it together completely. The Colts are hoping a change of scenery and game plan will unlock some of his potential.
Simon ended the season on injured reserve, and he's working towards his new role now that he's healthy. The sixth-year pro had 43 tackles (28 solo) and one interception as a linebacker in 2017. Standing at 6-foot-1, Simon is shorter than traditional defensive ends, so it'll be interesting to see how he adjusts when the Colts shift from a 4-3 to a 3-4 scheme.
Ridgeway doubled his total of 1.5 sacks from his rookie season, but is typically featured as a lane blocker on the interior of the Colts defense. The 2016 fourth-round pick is likely to serve a similar role with Indianapolis for the 2018 season.
Hunt had a limited defensive role to start the season, but earned five starts over the final seven games of the season for Indianapolis. The 30-year-old is entering the final year of his contract with the Colts and should serve in a rotational role at defensive end in 2018.
Bob Kravitz of WTHR Channel 13 Indianapolis first reported Wednesday that the two parties were working on an extension, and now Vinatieri's return for a 23rd NFL season and 13th in Indianapolis is official. With a 29-for-34 mark on field-goal attempts last season -- including a 5-for-6 showing from 50-plus yards -- Vinatieri showed no signs of decline despite turning 45 years old in December. Assuming he's able to maintain the accuracy he's displayed in recent years, Vinatieri could be in store for an uptick in the 109 points he tallied in 2017. The Indianapolis offense should benefit greatly from the expected return of franchise signal caller Andrew Luck from shoulder surgery, which sidelined him for all 16 games last season.
Acker signed with the Colts a little over a month ago. He most recently had stints with the 49ers and Chiefs and has appeared in 40 career games. He'll now be an unrestricted free agent upon being released.
Williams spent time with the Browns in 2017, recording 84 yards on nine catches in seven games. He'll face tough competition at the receiver position, though he could catch on in a depth role for Indianapolis in 2018.
Williams suffered the concussion in last Thursday night's game against the Broncos and was eventually admitted to the local hospital. To no surprise, the Colts will exercise caution with the tight end and shut him down for the rest of the season. Williams was primarily used on special teams in 2017.
Prior to suffering a season-ending torn pectoral muscle in early December, the 27-year-old Desir was in the midst of a career year. By all accounts, Desir should return for training camp at full health and ready to reclaim a starting role at cornerback. Expect Desir to serve as a leader in the Indianapolis secondary in 2018.
Glowinski will provide the Colts with another depth option along the interior of the offensive line with starting center Ryan Kelly (concussion) landing on injured reserve. A fourth-round pick of the Seahawks in 2015, Glowinski is capable of playing both guard spots and made 10 appearances (two starts) with Seattle this season before being dropped from the 53-man roster.
Martin will fill the open roster spot created by the placement of tight end Brandon Williams (concussion) on injured reserve. Martin will likely be a depth option in the secondary while seeing time on special teams.
Hogan tore his ACL in Sunday's victory over the 49ers. The 22-year-old was elevated from the practice squad prior to Week 4 in order to provide depth at wide receiver. He failed to record a reception during his stint with the club.
Good didn't participate at practice this week after sitting out last Saturday's loss to the Ravens. Joe Haeg should continue in his stead at right tackle, with Le'Raven Clark filling in at right guard.