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While a lot can still change, the Indianapolis Colts appear highly confident in their current place kicker Authentic Chase McLaughlin Jersey—even with reliable veteran options available.

After 47 year old legendary longtime kicker Authentic Adam Vinatieri Jersey had a really rough season in 2019—at least partially battling injuries (including a season-ending knee injury), the Colts turned to the 23 year old McLaughlin late in the year—with encouraging results.

The former undrafted rookie free agent out of Illinois was claimed off waivers from the San Francisco 49ers ahead of Week 14 (as the Colts won in waiver priority over the New England Patriots) and went on to convert 5 of 6 (83.33%) of his field goal attempts and all 11 extra point attempts for Indianapolis.

His only miss was a 47 yard field goal attempt in his debut Colts game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road during Week 14.

However, his made field goals included two 50 yard field goal attempts, so it doesn’t appear that long distance was the underlying issue for his lone miss—as McLaughlin has a strong leg by all accounts.

While there is still the NFL Draft or signing of an undrafted rookie as competition, the Colts have so far held off on signing either of the two solid veteran free agent kicking options available: the Los Angeles Rams’ Greg Zuerlein or the New England Patriots’ Stephen Gostkowski.

Zuerlein, at 32 years old, had a bit of a down season in 2019 for the Rams—converting 24 of 33 of his field goal attempts (72.7%)—including a 58 yard field goal, but he made all 42 of his extra point attempts.

Greg “The Leg” has hit some pivotal playoff kicks—including some big ones that recently helped send the Rams past the Saints in the 2019 NFC Championship Game. The 9-year veteran is just two years removed from being a First-Team All-Pro and Pro Bowler.

“Legatron” had made 201 of 245 total career field goal attempts (82.0%), and he has converted 170 of his 175 extra point attempts (97.1%) since 2015.

Meanwhile, like Vinatieri, the 36 year old Gostkowski is another former longtime kicker for the New England Patriots, who made 7 of 8 (87.5%) of his field goal attempts last year but just 11 of 15 (73.3%) of his extra point attempts before being shut down for the season with a left hip ailment which required surgery—after just four games for New England.

He’s been incredibly reliable for the Patriots in his 14-year career, has kicked in a lot of big games as a 3x Super Bowl Champion, and has been elite—as a 3x All-Pro and 4x Pro Bowler.

The Patriots’ all-time leading scorer has made 374 of 428 career field goals (87.4%) and converted 203 of 213 (95.3%) of his extra point attempts since 2015.

Now, the Colts know about as well as anyone how important the kicking game can be, as they were in a number of nail-biters last season—and arguably lost as many as three games because of Vinatieri’s continued kicking struggles.

The league’s kicking appears to be down as a whole as well—and the issue has been exasperated with the lengthening of extra point attempts since 2015.

McLaughlin has shown initial promise—having made 18 of his 23 total field goal attempts (78.3%) and all 26 of his extra point attempts in 2019—factoring in both his stints with the 49ers and Los Angeles Chargers as well.

His success and Vinatieri’s combination of age, struggles, and injuries have presumably led the Colts to unofficially move on from the greatest kicker of all-time and future Hall of Famer—although I’m not sure the franchise has to formally ever close that door publicly:

“I’m happy with Chase,” Colts general manager Chris Ballard said regarding McLaughlin in his early January end-of-season press conference (via Colts.com).

“You come in and you have to follow Adam Vinatieri, you’ve got a little something to you. He’s got a really calm demeanor, he’s got a process that he goes through to kick. We like Chase.”

It makes sense that the Colts are confident in their young kicker too right now, but in a league where parity reigns and games often come down to one score—even a mere point, it’s a position that the team absolutely has to get right in 2020 after last season’s struggles.

Currently, it appears that McLaughlin is the Colts’ guy for the job—without any serious veteran competition to challenge him in training camp or preseason for kicking duties.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This wasn’t a career move Authentic Xavier Rhodes Jersey planned, or saw coming.

His “fresh start’’ with the Indianapolis Colts was suddenly, shockingly thrust on him.

“It was a surprise to me,’’ he said.

That was the Minnesota Vikings informing their 2013 first-round draft pick, defensive mainstay and three-time Pro Bowl selection his services were no longer needed.

It was tantamount to a blindside block.

“I didn’t know in the beginning the Vikings wanted to move on,’’ Rhodes said in a Monday video conference call. “It’s an eye-opener to the point you don’t have a job for a couple of days, a couple of weeks.

“It’s like, ‘That ain’t right.’’’

Then, the reality check was delivered.

Xavier Rhodes was unemployed. The $10 million base salary from the five-year, $70 million extension he signed in 2017 that made him one of the NFL’s highest-paid cornerbacks went Poof!

“I never thought I’d be to this point, but then again, you have to realize where you’re at,’’ he said. “This is the NFL. It’s a business.

“I just accepted the fact and moved on, and I’m ready to play for Indy.’’

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At 29 and after seven productive seasons with the Vikings, Rhodes is ready for that fresh start.

No sooner had Chris Ballard released veteran cornerback Pierre Desir in a cost-cutting move – that freed up roughly $6.8 million against the salary cap – than he replaced him with Rhodes. Financial details are not yet known, but it’s believed the one-year deal is worth approximately $5 million and can increase with incentives.

Despite Rhodes’ decorated career with the Vikings, the team saw a player on the decline. He was a Pro Bowl alternate in 2019 despite enduring – by his own admission – a pair of subpar seasons due to injuries. He dealt with a hamstring injury in ’18 and an ankle issue last season.

In a week 13 meeting with Seattle, Rhodes was involved as the Vikings’ secondary yielded Russell Wilson’s 60-yard touchdown pass to David Moore. In the immediate aftermath, Rhodes and coach Mike Zimmer exchanged words.

“It’s been a battle,’’ Rhodes said, adding, “it’s football, you go out there and play. You can’t make excuses for yourself.

“Last year wasn’t my best season. I accepted that. The Vikings moved on and I’m playing with the Colts.’’

With the Vikings, Rhodes had 10 interceptions, 73 defended passes and 372 tackles. Always a willing and physical tackler, the 6-1, 218-pounder piled up a career-high 63 tackles last season but failed to have an interception for the first time since his rookie season.

He missed only eight of a possible 112 regular-season games.

Rhodes wasn’t certain if his release by the Vikings was a “humbling’’ experience.

“You don’t go in thinking you’re going to be cut,’’ he said. “When you’re on a team where you achieve so much . . . you think it’s going to be that way forever. Then there’s a reality check.

“It’s a business, and at the end of the day, no one’s safe no matter who you are, no matter what player you are. It’s just a reality check to the point no one’s irreplaceable in this league.’’

Sheldon Day: Coming Home
The Colts have long been must-see TV for the Day family, most notably for Sheldon. He honed what would be NFL-level skills at Warren Central High School.

“Oh man, Sunday’s were Colts days,’’ Day said Monday. “Every Sunday after church we tried to rush home and beat the church traffic to make sure we got home to watch the Colts game. It was really big in my household.’’

And now, the hometown kid is playing for his hometown team. After Ballard acquired defensive tackle DeForest Buckner in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers, he signed Day – Buckner’s teammate for four seasons – to a one-year free-agent contract.

“Just the opportunity to go put on the horseshoe and play for the hometown team is something special,’’ Day said. “It’s something I’m looking forward to. Exciting times.’’

Day, 25, has remained active in the local community. He hosts a youth camp every year at Warren Central and has taken fourth-through-sixth grades to Notre Dame, his alma mater, for similar camps.

“I teach them about life skills, and then I also throw in a little sports mix as well,’’ Day said.

In four seasons with the 49ers, Day developed into an important defensive line rotational component. He appeared in 56 regular-season games, starting two, then started alongside Buckner in San Francisco’s three playoff games last season.

Relocating to Indy, he insisted, “was a no-brainer.’’

“They reached out, and there was an interest, and I think it kind of got down to the nitty-gritty,’’ Day said. “Everybody was trying to figure out the numbers and all the other type of stuff, but ultimately I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.’’

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts aren’t done adding depth and competition at the cornerback position.

The team announced today that it has signed veteran free agent T.J. Carrie. Terms of the deal weren’t immediately released.

Carrie, who turns 30 in July, brings plenty of experience to the Colts’ cornerbacks room. A seventh-round pick by the Oakland Raiders in the 2014 NFL Draft, Carrie has played in 92 total games with 50 starts over the past six seasons with the Raiders and the Cleveland Browns.

In all, the 6-foot, 204-pound Carrie has collected 331 total tackles (12 for a loss) with five interceptions, 43 passes defensed, six forced fumbles, seven fumble recoveries, two sacks and five quarterback hits.

Carrie’s signing is just the latest move at the cornerback position for the Colts the past couple weeks since the team released veteran starter Pierre Desir on March 21. Six days later, the Colts announced the signing of free agent corner Xavier Rhodes, a three-time Pro Bowler and First-Team All-Pro selection in 2017 with the Minnesota Vikings.

Both Rhodes and Carrie help add their brand of leadership for a young and talented group of Colts cornerbacks. Already set to return at corner in 2020 are starters Kenny Moore II — one of the better slot corners in the NFL — and 2019 second-round pick Rock Ya-Sin.

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But where Carrie can really help in particular is at the nickel cornerback position behind Moore II. While he has plenty of experience lined up on the outside, Carrie has averaged more than 350 snaps per season lined up in the slot over his six-year NFL career, including 326 snaps with the Browns last season.

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INDIANAPOLIS —The Indianapolis Colts today signed free agent defensive tackle Caraun Reid and placed defensive end Authentic Jegs Jegede Jersey on the Injured Reserve list.

Reid, 6-2, 305 pounds, has played in 44 career games (13 starts) in his time with the Dallas Cowboys (2018), Colts (2017), Washington Redskins (2017), Detroit Lions (2014-15, 2017) and San Diego Chargers (2016) and has compiled 46 tackles (34 solo), 10.0 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, two passes defensed, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries. In 2018, he saw action in 10 games (one start) with the Cowboys and tallied 10 tackles (six solo), 1.0 tackle for loss, half a sack and one forced fumble. Reid participated in 2018 training camp with Indianapolis before being waived during final cuts.

Jegede, 6-5, 273 pounds, was signed by the Colts as an undrafted free agent on May 3, 2019. He appeared in 24 games at Valdosta State and finished with 37 tackles (20 solo), 6.5 tackles for loss, 5.0 sacks, one pass defensed and three blocked kicks. Prior to transferring to Valdosta State, Jegede played two seasons of basketball at the College of Central Florida. As a freshman, he received Mid-Florida Conference honorable mention recognition and was named to the Mid-Florida Conference All-Academic Team.

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INDIANAPOLIS — New Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle Authentic Sheldon Day Jersey today spoke with Colts.com’s Matt Taylor. Hear what he had to say about what he’s bringing to the Indy defense, the opportunity to continue playing with Authentic DeForest Buckner Jersey, his memories of growing up in Indianapolis and much more.

Here are some highlights from the conversation, which you can listen to in its entirety above:

» Day’s playing style seems like a perfect fit for coordinator Matt Eberflus’ defensive schemes: The Colts of course want talented playmakers on defense, but at the very core the most important attributes the team are looking for include effort, passion and hustle.

Day said he brings that to the table each and every week.

“High motor, I love the game,” Day said when asked how he’d describe his playing style. “I’m definitely a technician; I try to do everything right and make sure that I’m felt when I’m on the field.”

Just 25 years old — he’ll be 26 in July — Day has spent the first four seasons of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars and San Francisco 49ers as a key piece of depth for a couple very talented defensive lines, but the arrow certainly appears to be pointed up for Day and his potential.

In fact, Day started all three postseason games for the 49ers last season, including Super Bowl LIV.

The 6-foot-1, 285-pound Day has played in 56 career games in all, and has collected 53 tackles (38 solo), 14.0 tackles for loss, 6.0 sacks and four passes defensed over that time.

Day said he was already very familiar with the Colts’ playing style from studying them on film over the last couple years, and is excited to add his flavor to the defense in 2020.

“The tenacity that they play with,” Day said when asked what stands out about the Colts’ defense. “And I love watching them on film. Last year with the Niners, we’d watch effort plays and stuff like that, and the way that the Colts play, they run to the ball, they play physical, they fly around, have fun, young group. So it’s going to be an exciting time to get established with these guys.”

» Day is ecstatic about the chance to follow fellow former 49ers defensive tackle DeForest Buckner to Indy: The Colts on March 18 made a huge splash when they acquired the All-Pro Buckner in a trade with the 49ers, sending the 13th-overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to San Francisco.

Day and Buckner have been teammates along the defensive line the last 2 1/2 seasons with the 49ers, and have developed a close bond that will only continue to grow with their Colts opportunity.

“DeForest (has) made me detail my game,” Day said. “So we would be working on pass-rush moves, bouncing ideas off of each other, just trying to make sure that our game grew together, and we’re always giving each other tips. If I see something on film I’m reach out to him, and vice versa. So, man, what a special guys he is.”

Just what kind of playmaker are the Colts getting in Buckner?

“Oh man — he’s a special player,” Day said. “Great leader, on and off the field, but, man, can’t say enough great things about him. A dominant force on the field; definitely fun playing with him — our chemistry is great — so it’s a good opportunity for us to continue to grow our chemistry that we’ve been building the last two years.”

It was Day and Buckner starting at defensive tackle for the 49ers as they advanced through the NFC playoffs and into the Super Bowl last season.

The Kansas City Chiefs ultimately won that game, 31-20, by staging a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback. But because of that, Day said the Colts are getting two defensive playmakers who know what it takes to get to the big game — and who understand how important it is to grab hold of the title when it’s within grasp.

“Me and DeForest were talking about the chip that we have on our shoulder because we were so close,” Day said. “It was right there in our hands, and all we had to do was squeeze it and grab it, and we let up. So ultimately we have a chip on our shoulders and we know how to get there, and now we know what to do to overcome that shortcoming that we had.”

» Day can’t wait to get back to his hometown to play in front of his family and friends: An Indianapolis native, Day cut his teeth at one of the top high school football programs in the state, Warren Central, before starring at Notre Dame.

He admits he was more of a “bandwagon” Colts fan growing up — it was hard not to root for those Peyton Manning teams that were winning 12 games year after year after year — but still believes he has “Colts in my blood.”

“The first little league team I played for was the Colts,” Day said with a laugh.

Day said it took him until his junior year in high school to really make any noise at the varsity level, an experience that taught him the true value of hard work and knowing how to play his role.

It’s a message Day makes sure to pass along each year when he hosts a football camp at his alma mater on the east side of town.

“I would say early on, like, of course, freshman and sophomore year, I didn’t play varsity ball — I was on the JV team — so I guess the process kind of made me understand and value how much work it would take,” he said. “So I’d definitely say probably as I got into college, I was like, ‘I can really do this,’ and I started to dedicate myself to the game and really put everything I had into it.”

A self-described “chill, laid-back guy with a big heart” off the field, Day, who trains in Miami, Fla., during the offseason, is looking forward to his opportunity to take the Lucas Oil Stadium turf once again.

“Just being able to play in front of the hometown, with all the support backing us, it’s going to be a special year,” Day said.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The NFL’s “legal tampering period” for free agency is now under way as of noon ET on Monday, paving the way for all teams to begin contract discussions with outside free agents.

With this important domino falling — as well as Monday’s deadline to designate players with the franchise or transition tag — there’s no better time than now to visit what teams’ roster needs are.

The Indianapolis Colts sit in a great position as far as salary cap space goes, possessing among the most in the league. However, that space is about to begin getting distributed to some players whose contracts are set to expire, whether they were already with the Colts or not. What positions may be getting some of that money? Let’s take a look.

Here’s what could be considered the Colts’ top three areas to be addressed, listed in depth chart order.

PASSING GAME UPGRADES
Under contract in 2020:

QB — Jacoby Brissett, Brian Hoyer, Chad Kelly | WR — T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal, Parris Campbell, Ashton Dulin, Steve Ishmael, Chad Williams, Artavis Scott, Malik Henry, Rodney Adams | TE — Jack Doyle, Mo Alie-Cox, Xavier Grimble, Billy Brown, Ian Bunting, Matt Lengel
2020 free agents:

QB — None | WR — Devin Funchess (UFA), Dontrelle Inman (UFA), Chester Rogers (UFA), Marcus Johnson (RFA), Daurice Fountain (ERFA) | TE — Eric Ebron (UFA)

Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

QB — Tom Brady (New England Patriots), Teddy Bridgewater (New Orleans Saints), Philip Rivers (Los Angeles Chargers), Jameis Winston (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) | WR — Nelson Agholor (Philadelphia Eagles), Amari Cooper (Dallas Cowboys; reported deal with Dallas Cowboys), Breshad Perriman (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Demarcus Robinson (Kansas City Chiefs), Tajae Sharpe (Tennessee Titans) | TE — Austin Hooper (Atlanta Falcons; reported deal with Cleveland Browns)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

QB — Jacob Eason, Anthony Gordon, Justin Herbert, Jalen Hurts, Jordan Love | WR — Brandon Aiyuk, Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb, Denzel Mims, Henry Ruggs III | TE — Hunter Bryant, Brycen Hopkins, Cole Kmet, Albert Okwuegbunam, Adam Trautman
The Colts’ passing offense finished third from the bottom in 2019 after averaging just 194.2 yards per game. There were plenty of injuries to very important players that contributed to their issues, but you have to be able to perform regardless of circumstance. The Colts are not only facing last year’s struggles, but they also have several key players due to hit free agency in Devin Funchess, Eric Ebron and Chester Rogers. They have to replenish the cupboard as well as keep in mind that star receiver T.Y. Hilton is turning 31 years old during the season. They could be looking at reloading in the passing game, which is good timing considering this year’s NFL Draft is potentially historically deep at the receiver position.

OFFENSIVE LINE DEPTH
Under contract in 2020:

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2020 free agents:

OT — Le’Raven Clark (UFA) | IOL — Josh Andrews (UFA), Joe Haeg (UFA)
Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

OT — TBD | IOL — Graham Glasgow (Detroit Lions; reported deal with Denver Broncos), Ted Karras (New England Patriots), Connor McGovern (Denver Broncos), Michael Schofield (Los Angeles Chargers)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

OT — Hakeem Adeniji, Austin Jackson, Josh Jones, Lucas Niang, Prince Tego Wanogho | IOL — Tyler Biadasz, Ben Bredeson, Kevin Dotson, Jonah Jackson, Cesar Ruiz
The Colts were able to get a commitment from left tackle Anthony Castonzo that he’d not only continue playing football, but that he’d also re-sign with them. With that sigh of relief, the team still has its top two reserve tackles set to hit free agency in Le’Raven Clark and Joe Haeg. The pair also provide depth at guard, so their versatility is critical for the Colts’ offensive line depth. This year’s offensive tackle group in the draft is a good one, which is a big positive considering the free agent tackle class has a mix of quite a few older veterans and players who have primarily been starters throughout their careers (the latter of which the Colts don’t really need). That doesn’t quite fit, as the Colts may likely be more in the market for quality depth players, so we’ll revisit potential candidates after the free agency frenzy is through.

DEFENSIVE LINE DEPTH
Under contract in 2020:

DE — Justin Houston, Kemoko Turay, Al-Quadin Muhammad, Ben Banogu, Gerri Green, Jegs Jegede | DT — Denico Autry, Grover Stewart, Tyquan Lewis

2020 free agents:

DE — Jabaal Sheard (UFA) | DT — Trevon Coley (RFA)
Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

DE — Jadeveon Clowney (Seattle Seahawks), Dante Fowler Jr. (Los Angeles Rams), Yannick Ngakoue* (FT, Jacksonville Jaguars), Robert Quinn (Dallas Cowboys) | DT — Javon Hargrave (Pittsburgh Steelers; reported deal with Philadelphia Eagles), D.J. Reader (Houston Texans), Shelby Harris (Denver Broncos)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

DE — K’Lavon Chaisson, A.J. Epenesa, Yetur Gross-Matos, Terrell Lewis, Julian Okwara | DT — Marlon Davidson, Ross Blacklock, Derrick Brown, Neville Gallimore, Javon Kinlaw
The Colts finished tied for 15th in sacks in 2019 with 41, which isn’t bad, but is off the mark for where they’d like to rank in league standings. The team often stresses the importance of not only having a strong pass rush, but having depth there as well so that pressure may come in waves. With Jabaal Sheard set to hit free agency, the Colts would need to ensure they have a starting left defensive end who can not only provide pressure, but who can seal the edge against the run at a high level as Sheard does. Their top edge rusher, Justin Houston, is also turning 32 after the regular season. This offseason, there are some high-quality options potentially available in both free agency and the draft.

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INDIANAPOLIS — We’ve officially reached the awkward spot of the NFL offseason.

The Scouting Combine has come and gone, as has the start to free agency. Now a couple weeks removed, the frenzy that is the beginning of free agency has past, and left are a couple of the blue-chip players who are holding out for the best deals, and the role players looking for the best situations.

The Indianapolis Colts have been pretty active since the new league year began, trading the No. 13-overall pick for All-Pro defensive lineman DeForest Buckner, signing a new quarterback in eight-time Pro Bowler Philip Rivers as well as an All-Pro cornerback in Xavier Rhodes, and also continuing to fortify the defensive interior with another free agent in Sheldon Day.

It’s safe to say that some of their roster needs have changed since the last time we checked.

With the big deals the Colts have made in free agency and trading away their first-round pick, the moves they make from here on out are likely to be more modest. However, they still have some spending money, and they still have two picks in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft at No. 34 and 44.

Here is what could be considered the Colts’ top three areas still to be addressed, listed in depth chart order.

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2020 free agents:

QB — None | WR — Devin Funchess (signing with Green Bay Packers), Dontrelle Inman (UFA), Chester Rogers (UFA), Marcus Johnson (RFA), Daurice Fountain (ERFA) | TE — Eric Ebron (signing with Pittsburgh Steelers)
Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

QB — N/A | WR — Geronimo Allison (Green Bay Packers), Rashard Higgins (Cleveland Browns), Paul Richardson (Washington Redskins) | TE — Charles Clay (Arizona Cardinals), Luke Stocker (Atlanta Falcons), Delanie Walker (Tennessee Titans)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

QB — Jacob Eason, Jake Fromm, Anthony Gordon, Jalen Hurts, Jordan Love | WR — Brandon Aiyuk, Tee Higgins, Justin Jefferson, Laviska Shenault Jr., Denzel Mims | TE — Harrison Bryant, Hunter Bryant, Brycen Hopkins, Cole Kmet, Adam Trautman
The Colts acquired one huge piece in the passing game recently when they signed eight-time Pro Bowl quarterback Philip Rivers, who parted ways with the Los Angeles Chargers this offseason after 16 years. However, at 38 years old, his future is now on a year-by-year basis, so we may see the Colts attempt to draft their quarterback of the future and groom them behind Rivers. What that means for Jacoby Brissett’s status in Indy is yet to be seen.

The Colts’ passing offense finished third from the bottom overall in 2019 after averaging just 194.2 yards per game, and they had poor marks in several other passing-game categories as well.

While there were several injuries — from the quarterback to the receivers to the tight ends — you still have to be able to perform under those circumstances and be prepared for injuries. That’s where the depth comes into play.

The Colts have lost some starters and depth this offseason with Devin Funchess and Eric Ebron signing elsewhere, but they luckily still have their top three receivers and top two tight ends in place, so nothing drastic has to be done at this time.

With top receiver T.Y. Hilton turning 31 years old this season, it may be a wise decision to find a player in this historically deep draft class of receivers to be an eventual No. 1 or No. 2 option.

OFFENSIVE LINE DEPTH
Under contract in 2020:

OT — Anthony Castonzo, Braden Smith, Le’Raven Clark, Andrew Donnal, Cedrick Lang, Brandon Hitner, Travis Vornkahl | IOL — Quenton Nelson, Ryan Kelly, Mark Glowinski, Jake Eldrenkamp, Javon Patterson, Chaz Green
2020 free agents:

OT — None | IOL — Josh Andrews (signing with New York Jets), Joe Haeg (signing with Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

G/T James Hurst (Baltimore Ravens), IOL Josh Kline (Minnesota Vikings), IOL Mike Person (San Francisco 49ers), IOL Michael Schofield (Los Angeles Chargers)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

OT — Hakeem Adeniji, Robert Hunt, Austin Jackson, Lucas Niang, Prince Tego Wanogho | IOL — Tyler Biadasz, Ben Bredeson, Kevin Dotson, Jonah Jackson, Cesar Ruiz

The Colts re-signed free agent offensive tackles Anthony Castonzo and Le’Raven Clark this offseason, which is a significant item to cross off their to-do list, but they did lose their most versatile offensive lineman in free agency: Joe Haeg.

Including the preseason, we’ve seen Haeg play all five offensive line positions in his time with the Colts, so losing a player like him leaves a void.

Another big factor to take into account is that, like Rivers, Castonzo’s future is also likely now on a year-by-year basis, although he did reportedly sign a two-year contract. With how critical of a position left tackle is, we may see the Colts attempt to find one of the highly-talented tackle prospects in the upcoming draft, or bring in a free agent to compete with Clark for that ever-important swing tackle position.

DEFENSIVE END
Under contract in 2020:

Justin Houston, Kemoko Turay, Al-Quadin Muhammad, Ben Banogu, Gerri Green, Jegs Jegede
2020 free agents:

Jabaal Sheard (UFA)
Players that could fit the Colts in free agency:

Vinny Curry (Philadelphia Eagles), Markus Golden (New York Giants), Dion Jordan (Oakland Raiders), Benson Mayowa (Oakland Raiders), Pernell McPhee (Baltimore Ravens)
Players that could fit the Colts early in the draft:

Julian Okwara, Khalid Kareem, Terrell Lewis, Anfernee Jennings, Josh Uche
The Colts no longer have needs to fortify the depth along the whole defensive line after making a couple of big moves at defensive tackle. However, they could use a little bit of reinforcement at defensive end still.

They finished tied for 15th in sacks last season with 41. While that’s not a bad number, they’d like to finish higher than middle of the pack. The coaches and front office all also agree that they’d like to have their defensive line deep enough to where both the first and second wave of players are starting-caliber so that their pass rush never wains.

Their starting strong-side edge defender for the past three seasons, Jabaal Sheard, is currently an unsigned free agent, so they’ll need to either make sure they already have a player or can acquire one who is capable of providing his consistent pass rush and edge-setting ability in the run game.

The Colts’ current top edge rusher, Justin Houston, will be 32 following the regular season, so they’ll need to begin considering the next generation of pass rushers to pair with Kemoko Turay and Ben Banogu. Luckily, this draft class has quality edge defenders into Day 3 who could fit the bill.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts today signed running back Authentic Darius Jackson Jersey to the practice squad and placed running back Bruce Anderson III on the Practice Squad Injured list.

Jackson, 6-0, 230 pounds, had one prior stint on the Colts practice squad this season when he was signed by the team on September 20. He also spent time on the practice squads of the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers this season. In 2018, Jackson played in four games during his time with the Cowboys and Green Bay Packers. He compiled six carries for 16 yards and recorded four kickoff returns for 90 yards. Jackson was originally selected by the Cowboys in the sixth round (216th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.

Anderson III, 5-11, 210 pounds, has had two prior stints on the Colts practice squad this season. He also spent time on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice squad earlier this year. Anderson III was originally signed by the Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent on May 10, 2019.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts today elevated safety Rolan Milligan to the 53-man roster from the practice squad and signed running back Authentic Bruce Anderson Jersey to the practice squad.

Milligan, 5-10, 200 pounds, was signed to the Colts practice squad on September 4, 2019. He participated in Indianapolis’ 2019 offseason program and training camp before being waived on September 2. Milligan spent time on the Colts’ active roster and practice squad last season. He also spent time on the Detroit Lions practice squad in 2018. In 2017, Authentic Rolan Milligan Jersey spent time on the Lions’ active roster and practice squad but did not see game action. He participated in the Dallas Cowboys’ 2016 offseason program and training camp before being waived on August 16, 2016. Milligan was originally signed by the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent on May 9, 2016.

Anderson III, 5-11, 210 pounds, spent time on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice squad this season. He participated in the Buccaneers’ 2019 offseason program and training camp before being waived during final cuts on August 31 and signed to the practice squad the next day. Anderson III originally signed with Tampa Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 10, 2019. Collegiately, he played in 52 games (16 starts) at North Dakota State (2015-18) and totaled 486 carries for 2,896 yards and 24 touchdowns, 32 receptions for 448 yards and seven touchdowns and 52 kickoff returns for 1,360 yards and two touchdowns. Anderson III helped lead the Bison to three FCS National Championships (2015, 2017 and 2018) and finished fifth in program history in all-purpose yards (4,704).

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The Indianapolis Colts brought in quarterback Authentic Philip Rivers Jersey, which should bring about better results for fantasy football. This is especially true for wide receiver T.Y. Hilton.

Having dealt with injuries over the last two seasons, Hilton hasn’t been able to keep up with being a WR1 (top-12). His 2019 season was riddled with injuries, and the lack of a stable passing attack really downed the entire offense from a fantasy perspective.

But now Hilton is (hopefully) healthy and he has a quarterback willing to throw the ball downfield. Those two aspects alone won’t bring him into the WR1 tier, but it does give reason for optimism when targeting him for the 2020 season.

Target share

There is no denying Authentic T.Y. Hilton Jersey will be the alpha in the wide receiver room. When healthy, the passing offense runs through him and that’s not going to change with Rivers under center. If anything, Hilton being the No. 1 should boost his opportunity with Rivers.

Throughout his career, Rivers has had some solid WR1s. Lately, it has been in the form of Keenan Allen. Despite strong weapons being present in the Chargers offense, Allen has held a strong presence in terms of target share.

In 2019, Keenan Allen had 25.9% target share of the offense, good for seventh-highest in the NFL. He also was responsible for 53.9% of Chargers wide receiver fantasy points, which was good for third-most in the NFL—per the Fantasy Footballers.

Hilton’s numbers are a bit skewed having played only 10 games this season. His total target share numbers come out to be a 14% target share in the offense while being responsible for 29% of the team’s wide receiver fantasy points.

However, in games that Hilton played, he held a 22.9% target share. Having that in a bad passing offense with an inconsistent passer in Brissett means there is a lot of room for growth to be one of the top target shareholders in the NFL.

Deep passing return?

To say the Cotls didn’t throw downfield in 2019 is an understatement. Hilton saw just 29 targets on throws that traveled more than 10 yards in the air, per Pro Football Focus. With Rivers, that shouldn’t be a problem.

Rivers finished the 2019 season with the third-most intended air-yards and the 12th-highest average depth of target. Compare that to Brissett, who was 21st and 23rd respectively in those categories.

Any help?

Outside of Hilton, there aren’t a lot of strong options in the passing game for the Colts. There is certainly promise and upside but Hilton is a sure thing. It wouldn’t be a shock at all to see Rivers and Hilton get on the same page quickly given the lack of high-end talent in the passing game.

There’s upside with Nyheim Hines, who could be a special fantasy asset in 2020. There’s also some upside with Authentic Parris Campbell Jersey if he can stay healthy. However, no one will bring the juice like Hilton if he’s able to stay healthy. And that lack of help around him will secure him furthermore as the alpha in the offense.

Conclusion

Hilton’s days as a locked and loaded WR1 are probably behind him. He’s still an electric talent capable of carrying a passing offense, but his injury history has caught up to him recently.

That said, the addition of Rivers will do wonders for Hilton’s fantasy outlook. He might not be a WR1 but given his skill set, target share and overall role in the offense, Ghost should return to a solid WR2 tier while having WR1 upside in certain weeks.