Indianapolis Colts Depth Chart

  • HC: Frank Reich
  • OC: Marcus Brady
  • DC: Gus Bradley
  • ST: Bubba Ventrone
Updated: 10/01/2022 12:15PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
LWR14Pierce, Alec 22/216Dulin, Ashton CF19
RWR11Pittman Jr., Michael 20/217Strachan, Mike 21/7
SWR1Campbell, Parris 19/210Patmon, Dezmon 20/6
LT69Pryor, Matt T/Phi79Raimann, Bernhard 22/3
LG56Nelson, Quenton 18/1
C78Kelly, Ryan 16/162French, Wesley CF22
RG63Pinter, Danny 20/575Fries, Will 21/7
RT72Smith, Braden 18/273KELLY, DENNIS U/GB76Tenuta, Luke W/Buf
TE81Alie-Cox, Mo SF1783Granson, Kylen 21/480Woods, Jelani 22/3
QB2RYAN, MATT T/Atl9FOLES, NICK SF224Ehlinger, Sam 21/6
RB28Taylor, Jonathan 20/221Hines, Nyheim 18/435Jackson, Deon CF21
LDE51Paye, Kwity 21/154Odeyingbo, Dayo 21/2
NT90Stewart, Grover 17/496Cowart, Byron W/NE93Johnson, Eric 22/5
DT99Buckner, DeForest T/SF94Lewis, Tyquan 18/2
RDE91Ngakoue, Yannick T/LV59Odenigbo, Ifeadi U/Cle52Banogu, Ben 19/2
WLB58Okereke, Bobby 19/341Stuard, Grant T/TB
MLB53Leonard, Shaquille 18/245Speed, E.J. 19/5
SLB44Franklin, Zaire 18/757Domann, JoJo CF22
LCB5GILMORE, STEPHON U/Car34Rodgers Sr., Isaiah 20/6
SS20Cross, Nick 22/326MCLEOD, RODNEY U/Phi
FS32Blackmon, Julian 20/325Thomas II, Rodney 22/7
RCB31Facyson, Brandon U/LV33Flowers, Dallis CF22
NB23Moore II, Kenny W/NE38Brown, Tony SF22
Special Teams
PT6Haack, Matt SF22
LS46Rhodes, Luke SF16
H6Haack, Matt SF22
PR21Hines, Nyheim 18/4
KR34Rodgers Sr., Isaiah 20/616Dulin, Ashton CF19
Practice Squad
PS97Brooks, Curtis DT30Lindsay, Phillip RB92Cline, Kameron DE95Williams, Chris DT27Price, D'vonte RB
PS84Fernea, Ethan WR39Baker Jr., Darrell CB48Kalinic, Nikola TE71Murray, Jordan OT50Olubi, Segun LB
PS47Griffin-Stewart, Nakia TE64Hambright, Arlington OG00Smith, Ryan CB42Dabo, Marcel S/EX36Black, Henry S
PS7McLaughlin, Chase PK15Coutee, Keke WR
RES61O'Donnell, Carter IR85Ogletree, Andrew IR8Sanchez, Rigoberto IR33Watts, Armani IR43Denbow, Trevor IR

Depth Chart Fantasy Impact

After one season together, the Colts moved on from QB Carson Wentz in March. Instead of selecting a rookie in the 2022 draft, GM Chris Ballard went the veteran route for his win-now squad. QB Matt Ryan, still effective at 37, owns nearly 60,000 career passing yards and 367 TDs. His 2021 was unremarkable, but his supporting cast in Atlanta certainly didn’t help. Ryan’s a bit of an ironman, too, with only 3 missed games since entering the league in 2008. He should help stabilize an offense that never found its rhythm under Wentz.

Ryan will throw to a young cast of WRs. Behind #1 Michael Pittman, the Colts added Cincinnati rookie Alex Pierce. Interestingly, he didn’t break out until his senior season (52-884-8), despite playing alongside polished passer Desmond Ridder. But at 6’3, 211 pounds, Pierce’s tape showed excellent speed and contested catch ability. Given the Colts’ lack of WR depth — especially with T.Y Hilton currently unsigned — Pierce will likely see a sizable role right away.

Perhaps the same will hold true for 3rd-rounder Jelani Woods. The supersized TE goes 6’7, 259 pounds and was another 4th-year breakout (44-598-8) at Virginia. In fact, Woods had to transfer out of Oklahoma state — where his primary usage came as a blocker — before getting on the NFL’s radar. Naturally, his size allows for elevated scoring potential. But Woods has the tools to eventually develop into more than just a red zone threat. He’ll team up with Mo-Alie Cox to form a can’t-miss duo. They’ll look to overcome the loss of Jack Doyle, who retired back in March. Doyle was trustworthy as a blocker and a pass-catcher. Across 8 seasons, he totaled 252 catches, 2,281 yards and 20 TDs.

In the backfield, Marlon Mack left to sign with Houston in free agency. In his place steps former Bronco Phillip Lindsay, now 28. He’ll provide depth behind Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines.

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