Indianapolis Colts Depth Chart

Indianapolis Colts Depth Chart

AFC South
Lucas Oil Stadium
Head Coach
Frank Reich
Offensive Coordinator
Nick Sirianni
Defensive Coordinator
Matt Eberflus
Special Teams Coach
Ray "Bubba"Ventrone
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Jonathan Taylor Could See Even More Touches In 2020

Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor could be involved in the team's offensive plan from the get-go this season. According to head coach Frank Reich and offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni, they both reiterated that the rookie, along with Marlon Mack, will form an impactful one-two punch during the 2020 campaign. Mack has missed numerous games due to injury throughout his tenure in the league, but he still managed to finish with a career-best 1,091 yards in 2019. However, with the former Badger now in the mix, Mack may concede more touches in 2020 than initially thought.

10 hours ago
Colts See Larger Role For Nyheim Hines

Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines was a big loser this offseason on the surface. The team drafted Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor in the second round, and with Marlon Mack still around, Hines was seemingly relegated to a third-string role. But the team actually expects Hines to get more usage now that Philip Rivers is the team's quarterback, as Rivers has been one of the NFL's best at getting back involved in the passing game, and Hines has the speed and footwork to be a good receiving back. Offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni suggests that Hines is in for a big year. Does that mean you should rush out to buy him in dynasty leagues and overdraft him in re-draft? No. He's still going to cede lots of snaps to Taylor and Mack, and while Hines has upside as a late round fantasy pick and the team is definitely saying all the right things, it's hard to see him getting too many more looks this year, and his expanded use in the pass game might come at the cost of his use in the running game.

7 days ago
T.Y. Hilton Remains The Top Receiver In Indy

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton finds himself in a more crowded receiver group after the addition of second-round wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr., but Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni says that Hilton is still the "lead dog" on the team. If new quarterback Philip Rivers still has the arm strength that's helped him succeed with the Chargers, Hilton could be a big winner of this offseason, with Sirianni saying that Hilton's "flat-out speed" can help the team out in the vertical passing game, something we'll see more of with Rivers in town. Hilton's being ranked as a fringe WR2 right now, but he has the upside to finish as a high-end WR2 if things work out with Rivers.

7 days ago
Colts Say Philip Rivers Will Play Multiple Years

While new Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers is only on a one-year deal, head coach Frank Reich says that Rivers will be a Colt for multiple years. That the Colts are planning for Rivers to stick around after 2020 helps explain why they didn't make a move in the draft for a young quarterback until the Jacob Eason selection in the fourth round. Knowing that the team wants to keep Rivers around raises his value a little in dynasty leagues, but he's still a quickly-depreciating value due to his age. We've seen quarterbacks be successful in their late 30s, but Rivers will be 39 this year and learning to work with entirely new weapons after a shortened offseason. Don't be expecting too much.

7 days ago
Jordan Glasgow Could Become Core Special Teamer

Indianapolis Colts rookie linebacker Jordan Glasgow is expected to make the 53-man roster and be a core special teamer from Day 1, in the opinion of Kevin Bowen. The Colts think Glasgow should be able to transition from being a strong Big Ten special teams player in college. While he should be able to make the team in his rookie season, he's unlikely to play in the middle of the field on defense for the Colts right away.

10 days ago