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
Adam Vinatieri's Future Still Undecided

The future of kicker Adam Vinatieri remains unknown, according to Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich. Vinatieri has not made a decision on whether he wants to return to kick for a 25th season in the NFL. The 47-year-old future Hall of Famer has been rehabbing his knee following season-ending surgery last year, and the Colts are waiting for his rehab to progress before making a decision on whether they want to re-sign him. The Colts already have Chase McLaughlin on roster, so it will be a tough decision if Vinatieri wants to come back and kick, especially since he wasn't performing up to his standards before he was placed on Injured Reserve. He missed 14 kicks -- eight field goals and six extra points. If Vinatieri returns to the Colts or another team, he won't be worth drafting in most standard fantasy leagues.

5 days ago
Xavier Rhodes Signing With Colts

The Indianapolis Colts are signing former Minnesota Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes to an undisclosed one-year deal on Thursday. Rhodes made the Pro Bowl for the third time in his career in 2019, finishing with a career-high 63 tackles (54 solo), six passes defensed and one forced fumble in 15 games with the Vikes. The former first-round pick (25th overall) in the 2013 draft has 10 career interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), but he has just one in the last two seasons. Rhodes is entering his age-30 season in 2020, but he can still provide effective defense if he can stay on the field.

10 days ago
Colts Plan To Keep Jacoby Brissett

The Indianapolis Colts fully intend on keeping quarterback Jacoby Brissett despite signing Philip Rivers, according to sources. Brissett's contract calls for $7 million guaranteed on Sunday and a $6 million salary in 2020, but the team considers him a special player and wants to keep him in the fold. The 27-year-old disappointed in taking over for Andrew Luck in 2019, throwing for 2,942 yards (6.6 yards per completion), 18 touchdowns and six interceptions in 15 games played. But the Colts like his makeup and he'll be a valuable backup in case Rivers continues to decline or gets injured in 2020. He'll obviously be off the fantasy radar in standard-sized leagues to begin the season as the backup, though.

15 days ago
Colts, Packers, Redskins Interested In Delanie Walker

The Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins have shown interest in free-agent tight end Delanie Walker, according to a source. Walker was released by the Titans recently after spending the last seven seasons of his career in Tennessee. His market might not move very fast considering he's 35 years old and has played in just eight games the last two season (only one in 2018) due to injury, but Walker remained productive into his 30s when he was on the field for the Titans. Depending on where he lands, Walker could have low-end TE1 appeal. The Colts already have Jack Doyle, so they would probably be the worst fit from a fantasy perspective of these three teams. The Packers and Redskins have more of a glaring need at the position.

18 days ago
Colts, Philip Rivers Agree To One-Year Deal

The Indianapolis Colts agreed to a one-year, $25 million guaranteed deal with quarterback Philip Rivers on Tuesday. Rivers to the Colts was expected all along, and now it's official. The 38-year-old gunslinger certainly showed his age in his final season with the Chargers, throwing 23 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. He's gone over 4,000 yards passing each of the last seven seasons and is as durable as they come, even at his age. Rivers won't have the caliber of weapons that he did in LA in Indianapolis, but what he will have is one of the best offensive lines in the league. That should help him be more efficient, although his arm strength and decision-making are somewhat in question as he nears the end of his career. He'll be taken as more of a midrange fantasy backup in his new home. Adding Rivers means that Jacoby Brissett, who disappointed as the starter in 2019, will be holding the clipboard for Rivers.

19 days ago