|Offense||10th||101.8 (23rd)||262.6 (5th)|
|Defense||30th||120.4 (25th)||262.5 (27th)|
|72||Banner, Zach||T||6-9||358||12/25/1993||R||Southern California|
|37||Blackmon, Dante||DB||5-11||185||9/28/1993||R||Kennesaw St. (GA)|
|60||Boyd, Josh||DT||6-3||293||8/3/1989||4||Mississippi State|
|2||Bracy, Marvin||WR||5-9||172||12/15/1993||R||Florida State|
|3||Brown, Fred||WR||6-1||196||12/1/1993||R||Mississippi State|
|74||Castonzo, Anthony||T||6-7||311||8/9/1988||7||Boston College|
|62||Clark, Le'Raven||T||6-5||311||4/22/1993||2||Texas Tech|
|64||Cooper, Fahn||T||6-5||311||4/30/1993||1||Ole Miss|
|15||Dorsett, Phillip||WR||5-10||185||1/5/1993||3||Miami (Fla.)|
|84||Doyle, Jack||TE||6-6||262||5/5/1990||5||Western Kentucky|
|41||Farley, Matthias||DB||5-11||209||7/15/1992||2||Notre Dame|
|59||George, Jeremiah||LB||5-11||234||1/24/1992||3||Iowa State|
|71||Good, Denzelle||G||6-5||345||3/8/1991||3||Mars Hill|
|23||Gore, Frank||RB||5-9||212||5/14/1983||13||Miami (Fla.)|
|42||Graham, Tyson||DB||6-2||208||12/20/1993||R||South Dakota|
|73||Haeg, Joe||T||6-6||305||3/11/1993||2||North Dakota State|
|95||Hankins, Johnathan||DT||6-2||325||3/30/1992||5||Ohio State|
|13||Hilton, T.Y.||WR||5-9||178||11/14/1989||6||Florida International|
|29||Hooker, Malik||SAF||6-2||212||4/2/1996||R||Ohio State|
|83||Howard, Bug||WR||6-4||214||11/28/1994||R||North Carolina|
|94||Hunt, Margus||DE||6-8||298||7/14/1987||5||Southern Methodist|
|53||Jackson, Edwin||ILB||6-0||234||12/19/1991||2||Georgia Southern|
|Liggins, Justice||WR||6-1||209||12/14/1994||R||Stephen F. Austin St.|
|25||Mack, Marlon||RB||5-11||210||3/7/1996||R||South Florida|
|99||McGill, T.Y.||DT||6-0||299||11/23/1992||3||NC State|
|30||Melvin, Rashaan||CB||6-2||196||10/2/1989||5||Northern Illinois|
|75||Mewhort, Jack||G||6-6||305||8/30/1991||4||Ohio State|
|40||Milton, Chris||DB||5-11||196||9/15/1992||2||Georgia Tech|
|10||Moncrief, Donte||WR||6-2||216||8/6/1993||4||Ole Miss|
|35||Morris, Darryl||DB||5-10||186||9/4/1990||5||Texas State|
|7||Morris, Stephen||QB||6-2||219||8/27/1992||1||Miami (Fla.)|
|39||Pope, Troymaine||RB||5-8||205||11/29/1993||2||Jacksonville State|
|45||Powell, Tyvis||DB||6-2||211||2/16/1994||2||Ohio State|
|46||Rhodes, Luke||LB||6-2||238||12/2/1992||1||William & Mary|
|14||Riley, Brian||WR||6-2||174||8/22/1995||R||San Diego|
|80||Rogers, Chester||WR||6-1||184||1/12/1994||2||Grambling State|
|49||Sickels, Garrett||LB||6-4||252||9/24/1994||R||Penn State|
|51||Simon, John||LB||6-1||250||10/14/1990||5||Ohio State|
|55||Spence, Sean||LB||5-11||231||6/7/1990||6||Miami (Fla.)|
|68||Stewart, Grover||DT||6-4||333||10/20/1993||R||Albany State (Ga.)|
|86||Swoope, Erik||TE||6-5||258||5/8/1992||2||Miami (Fla.)|
|69||Thomas, Jhaustin||DE||6-5||282||4/13/1993||R||Iowa State|
|33||Turbin, Robert||RB||5-10||216||12/2/1989||6||Utah State|
|Vaughn, Terran||G||6-3||306||3/30/1994||1||Stephen F. Austin St.|
|4||Vinatieri, Adam||K||6-0||212||12/28/1972||22||South Dakota State|
|67||Vujnovich, Jeremy||T||6-5||300||10/12/1990||1||Louisiana Coll.|
|Wroblewski, Steven||TE||6-7||265||//||R||Southern Utah|
|76||Wylie, Andrew||T||6-6||309||8/19/1994||R||Eastern Michigan|
|49||Alie-Cox, Mo (IR)||TE||6-6||267||9/19/1993||R||Virginia Commonwealth|
|2||Binford, Harvey (IR)||WR||6-0||185||1/20/1991||1||Lindenwood|
|42||Crossan, Dalton (IR)||RB||5-11||203||2/25/1994||R||New Hampshire|
|Jeter, Colin (IR)||TE||6-7||254||5/23/1995||R||LSU|
|32||Michael, Christine (IR)||RB||5-10||221||11/9/1990||5||Texas A&M|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Rogers' injury isn't thought to be serious. He is viewed as the favorite to win the Colts' No. 3 wideout job over Kamar Aiken and Philip Dorsett if healthy.
Bostic, who underwent surgery Saturday to insert a small plate in a fractured finger, played with a club-like wrap on the afflicted hand Tuesday. While it isn't clear how long he'll need the appendage, it doesn't sound as if Bostic's practice availability is in question moving forward. However, his availability for Saturday's preseason matchup with the Cowboys is far less certain.
Williamson, who went undrafted out of Vanderbilt in 2016, suffered an unspecified knee injury over the summer and reverted to IR after being waived/injured by the Colts. While the exact nature of his injury isn't clear, and neither is his current state of health, Williamson still has another two years left on his current contract and will likely be back in Indianapolis for the start of the 2017 campaign.
This is tough news for the Colts to swallow, as their offensive line is light on quality depth as is. There is no word on how long Kelly will be out, but they'll likely evaluate him on a week-by-week basis following surgery.
After going undrafted in 2016, Krieger-Coble ultimately ended up on the Broncos' practice squad. He spent the year there before getting called up for the final two regular-season games. He recorded one catch for 13 yards during that time. The Iowa product's lack of size is cause for concern, but he will look to turn some heads during training camp. He is one of six tight ends currently on the Colts' roster, so he will need to stand out in order to have a chance at landing on the final roster.
Mewhort finished the 2016 campaign on injured reserve due to a knee injury suffered in December. He was then limited during offseason activities. It looks like the injury won't be a concern for the preseason.
Hooker apparently just dinged his shoulder a bit during practice and the team isn't concerned about it having lasting effects. He'll be expected back at practice soon.
Melvin will battle 2017 second-round draft pick Wilson for the starting left cornerback job opposite Vontae Davis. It's early in camp, but he has a lead on the competition.
Powell, who logged three tackles as a special teamer for the Seahawks in 2016, was waived by the Browns over the weekend. He'll try to prove his worth on special teams and as a reserve safety with the Colts in hopes of a securing a 53-man roster spot coming out of training camp.
Natson made a strong impression for a second consecutive preseason game. He could win a return job and a reserve receiver role. The undrafted free agent from Akron is small (5-foot-7, 160) but has elite speed.
Swoope appeared poised to claim second-string tight-end duties heading into Week 1, but his knee issue will now open up extra opportunities for Brandon Williams, Darell Daniels and Henry Krieger-Coble to stake their claim to that role. In 16 games as an undrafted rookie last season, Swoope caught 15 of 22 targets for 297 yards and a touchdown.
Pope is already on his fourth team since entering the league last year and has an uphill battle to even stick in Indianapolis with Frank Gore, Robert Turbin, and rookie Marlon Mack ahead of him. The team's interest in keeping Gore fresh and Mack's nagging shoulder injury leaves the door cracked for Pope, however, and a few more games like Sunday could land Pope a niche role down the line.
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, a key offseason pickup, projects to start at defensive end in Week 1. He was held out of the team's preseason opener for precautionary reasons, but appears to be recovering well. Head coach Chuck Pagano indicated Hankins is "doing much better."
Turbin had a productive game and was the second running back used after Frank Gore. Marlon Mack looked strong (5 carries for 45 yards) in his preseason debut and could challenge for the backup role, but Turbin should begin the season as Gore's backup and as the goal-line back.
Woods spent his last three seasons with the Titans, racking up 66 combined tackles in 42 games while plugging holes along the defensive line. The Colts were 25th in opponent rushing yards per game in 2016, so Woods should provide a nice boost for their run defense going forward.
Colts GM Chris Ballard said he expects Geathers to return at some point during the 2017 campaign. However, his career looks to be at risk after he needed surgery in the offseason to address a neck injury suffered in Week 12 of last season.
Schwenke suffered the right ankle injury near the end of the Colts' offseason program and still hasn't fully recovered. The 26-year-old center is expected to serve in a depth role on the offensive line once healthy.
Mingo spent last season on the Patriots after being traded from the Browns last August. The former sixth-overall pick had just 11 tackles while playing in all 16 regular season games. He'll likely be a backup linebacker for the Colts in 2017.
Bray was near the bottom of the Colts' receiver depth chart last season before injuring his ankle and ending the year on injured reserve. He'll compete for return duties in 2017 and could work his way up the depth chart as well.
Hilton found out the hard way that Scott Tolzien is a major downgrade from Andrew Luck under center. The speedster's value will also take a hit if Luck's shoulder injury hampers his ability to throw the deep ball upon his return. It was encouraging to see Hilton out there, though, as coach Chuck Pagano wouldn't have dressed the wide receiver for this exhibition if Hilton's hamstring was still bothering him.
Mack showed a spark in his first preseason game as he'd missed Indy's first game with a shoulder injury. While likely stuck behind Frank Gore and Robert Turbin, the fourth-round rookie could make a case for a change-of-pace role with another strong outing or two this preseason. He may have the most upside of any of the backups if Gore were to get hurt.
Howard, who joins the team as an undrafted free agent, brings a 6-foot-4, 221-pound frame and good hands to the table, but his subpar wheels hampered his draft stock. Indianapolis is fairly stacked at receiver, so Howard will need to be impressive in training camp in order to make it through final roster cuts.
Morrison played 49 of 67 snaps on defense as it looks like he'll get the bulk of playing time at inside linebacker while D'Qwell Jackson is out another three games after a PED suspension.
Edwards played in five games for the Colts this season after being claimed off waivers in mid-October, totaling four tackles and a sack in limited action. However, he's been inactive in each of the past two contests and appears to have fallen out of favor in Indianapolis. Fellow outside linebacker and second-year player Deiontrez Mount was signed in a corresponding move.
Though he returned to practice last Wednesday after missing only four sessions, Moncrief apparently still hasn't worked his way back to full participation. The AC joint sprain he's dealing with is in the same shoulder he fractured last season, but it doesn't seem to be anything more than a coincidence. Moncrief is still locked in as the No. 2 receiver and figures to see action at some point this preseason, possibly as soon as Saturday against Dallas.
Doyle was responsible for each of quarterback Scott Tolzien's first three completions. Like the rest of the Colts offense, Doyle's productivity this season will be tied to Andrew Luck's (shoulder) health. With Dwayne Allen now in New England, Doyle will serve as the top tight end in Indy regardless of who lines up under center once the games start to count.
Luck, who is working his way back from surgery to repair a slightly torn labrum in his throwing shoulder, did not play in Sunday's preseason game since he's on the preseason PUP list. The game allowed reporters an opportunity to ask management about Luck's status. It was a mixed bag of responses, because although Luck is ramping up his activity, Irsay also said the team had looked into signing a veteran quarterback and didn't find the right fit, the Indianapolis Star reports. Meanwhile, Scott Tolzien, Luck's potential replacement, struggled as the starter Sunday.
Daniels, an undrafted free agent, has a chance to make the roster with Swoope expected to miss several weeks after minor knee surgery. Daniels spent his college career at Washington, where he accumulated 47 receptions for 728 yards and five touchdowns over three seasons. It's conceivable he could win a steady role in the offense if Swoope's injury is a long-term issue.
A versatile defender who can line up at both outside linebacker and defensive end, Sheard churned out 70 tackles and 13 sacks across 28 games for the Patriots the past two seasons. He'll now look to compete for a starting role with the Colts.
Morris was demoted to fourth string for Indy's first preseason game, but played well for a second consecutive game. With Indy's first-team offense struggling in two preseason games under Scott Tolzine, head coach Chuck Pagano said he would review his quarterback depth chart. It sounds like Morris may reverse his surprising early fall on the depth chart and get more time with the second- and even first-team offense.
The team opted to waive linebacker Curt Maggitt in a corresponding move with the addition of Boyd. The 27-year-old played 26 career games, including four starts, in three seasons with the Packers. He tallied 43 tackles and one pass defensed in the process before ultimately being waived while recovering from an ankle injury. The Mississippi State product will look to compete for a spot on the Colts' final roster.
Gore played into the third drive before giving way to Robert Turbin. The veteran likely would have been removed earlier if the offense had been able to pick up a first down prior to his departure. Remarkably, the starting running back job is still Gore's to lose at age 34.
It's not clear if he'll permanently move positions or be used at both spots to help depth in the secondary. He has the speed (4.34 seconds in the 40-yard dash) to play cornerback, but he hasn't played the position before in his career or in college.
Aiken entered training camp behind both Phillip Dorsett and Chester Rodgers in the battle for the third receiver role and there's been little talk he's contending for the job. He'll likely need to show more the final two games to have any meaningful role in the offense.
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.
The nature of Crossan's injury was never reported, but he'll now spend the 2017 season on injured reserve in Indianapolis.
Indy's first-team offense has struggled the first two games with Tolzien under center. Tolzien completed 71 percent of his passes Saturday, but averaged just 5.0 yards per attempt. Stephen Morris may get more of a look with the second- and even first-team offense in the next preseason game as a result. Indy's offense looks in trouble with whoever is at quarterback if Andrew Luck remains out.
Dorsett missed Indy's first preseason game with a hamstring injury. He has fallen behind Chester Rogers for the third receiver job and will need a strong final two preseason games to find a significant role in the offense. He didn't make a overly strong impression Saturday to change the equation, however.
Michael suffered an injury during practice Wednesday and it appears as though it was at least somewhat serious. Indianapolis signed running back Troymaine Pope to take the place of Michael on the team's current roster.
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.
Spence signed a one-year free agent contract in the spring and was seen as a potential starter. However, he could be cut this summer since he has just $750,000 guaranteed in his $2.468 million contract.
Jackson took over as a starter at inside linebacker after several injuries and suspensions. He averaged 6.6 tackles per game over his last five games after getting more playing time and put himself in a position to contend for a starting job next season.
The Colts are desperate for any kind of pass rush and the 2017 third-round draft pick would appear to be a good candidate since his final season at Ohio featured 10.5 sacks and 15 tackles for loss. However, it looks like it may take awhile before he makes an impact.
Ferguson only missed a couple days and shouldn't be impacted in his bid to hold off rookie Marlon Mack for the No. 3 spot on the depth chart. Mack still makes more sense as a late-round target, considering Ferguson's role as a pass catcher disappeared after Week 5 last season. Robert Turbin is a clear No. 2 on the depth chart and still the favorite to spell Frank Gore on passing downs.
Mitchel has struggled with injuries throughout his young NFL career. In 2015 he missed the entire season due to a torn left labrum. The cornerback then suffered a hamstring injury in the Colts' third preseason game this past season, resulting in his release from the team. He was brought back to the practice squad in Week 8, so he has plenty of experience with the team's personnel.
Before camp began it wasn't clear if Butler would get most of his snaps at safety or cornerback this season. With Geathers hurt it seems likely Butler may get most of his time opposite 2017 first-round draft pick Malik Hooker at safety. Butler could move to more of a utility role if Matthias Farley or TJ Green is able to win a starting safety role.
Suspicion of Davis' game status grew after the corner logged a limited practice Thursday, but he ended the week with full sessions both Friday and Saturday. Barring a setback prior to kickoff, Davis will be ready to play.
Ayers played just 19 snaps, but his production could earn him more playing time.
George appeared in 15 games for the Buccaneers last season, but recorded just seven tackles. The Colts currently have a healthy corps of linebackers, but George figures to provide depth throughout training camp with a slight chance at making the team's final roster.
The 2017 second-round pick has had his name in the mix as a starting cornerback in Indy. Wilson has been playing a depth role in the preseason, though. The severity of this injury is unknown, and a quick recovery is crucial for his chances to jump Rashaan Melvin in the depth chart.
Simon joins his former division rival after spending the past three seasons in Houston. He recorded 51 tackles, 3.5 sacks, two pass deflections, and one forced fumble through 11 games with the Texans last season. Simon will now look to compete with Akeem Ayers and Curt Maggitt for a starting role at outside linebacker.
Ridgeway, a fourth-rounder out of Texas, missed Thursday's practice but was back to being a full participant Saturday. He projects to rotate in behind starter Henry Anderson.
Hunt has been a disappointment in the league since the Bengals selected him in the second round of the 2013 draft, but the native Estonian emerged as a serviceable run defender this past season, albeit in a limited role. Now in Indy, he merely projects to serve as depth along the defensive line.
Parry is in the midst of a tough battle with Johnathan Hankins and Al Woods for the starting nose tackle position. It is believed that Grover Stewart has capability as a tackle as well, so unless Parry is able to get healthy and prove himself in a preseason contest, it'll be a stretch to make the team.
Vinatieri, now 44 years old, hasn't taken his foot off the gas pedal during the twilight of his career, considering he's converted at least 93 percent of his field goals in two of the past three years and has only missed seven kicks across that entire span. If he plays at least two more seasons, he should pass both Morten Andersen and Gary Anderson for the all-time marks in career points scored and career field goals made.
Williams arrives in Indianapolis after the team traded tight end Dwayne Allen earlier this offseason. With only Jack Doyle and Erik Swoope remaining at the position, Williams adds depth to the Colts' options, even though his four-year totals of six receptions for 80 yards are rather uninspiring.