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The Indianapolis Colts will be rounding up the additions of the undrafted rookie free agent class following the 2023 NFL draft as they prepare for a big month of offseason training.
After concluding the draft with the biggest class of the Chris Ballard era (12), there will be a lot of competition on the roster to keep an eye on throughout OTAs, minicamp, training camp and the preseason.
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There are some really intriguing undrafted rookies who could push for a roster spot, but we only have one making the cut as of this writing. That certainly could change over the course of the next few months.
A lot is going to change over the next few months leading up to roster cuts at the end of August, but here’s a way-too-early prediction of the 53-man roster following the draft:
Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson looks for a receiver against South Florida during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022, in Gainesville, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
Analysis: Right off the bat we’re confronted with a philosophical question. Do plants scream when we rip them from the ground? Okay maybe not that philosophical. But the Colts will have a decision to make as to whether they keep two or three quarterbacks. They want Richardson to play as soon as possible, which makes me lean more on the side of carrying two on the active roster and one on the practice squad. We may not have a clear answer until training camp.
Notable Cuts: Sam Ehlinger, Nick Foles
Running Back (3)
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Analysis: With Taylor expected to return fully from a nagging ankle injury, there’s no reason to keep more than three running backs. The sixth-round pick in Hull makes the roster over Deon Jackson here partly because of rookie fever, but that will be a fun competition to watch over the summer.
Notable Cuts: Deon Jackson, Jake Funk
Wide Receiver (6)
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|Michael Pittman Jr.
Analysis: The fight for the final spot will be interesting. Third-round pick Josh Downs should walk into the starting slot role while Ashton Dulin rounds out the top four. Strachan must prove himself worthy of a roster spot while McKenzie is no lock for the roster. UDFAs Zavier Scott and Cody Chrest will be the ones to watch given their elite athleticism.
Notable Cuts: Zavier Scott, Cody Chrest, Malik Turner
Tight End (5)
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Analysis: *Updated: Apparently I can’t count and only had 52 players. With that extra spot, Ogletree gets the call. You can read the original excerpt below.*
This is going to be the most lively competition. The fifth-round pick in Mallory gets the nod here over Andrew Ogletree, but it could easily be flipped around. This room is just heating up, and I do wonder if the Colts feel strongly enough about Woods and Ogletree if they shop Alie-Cox when roster cuts are made.
Notable Cuts: Pharaoh Brown, Nikola Kalinic
Offensive Line (9)
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Analysis: As it currently stands, Raimann is the starting left tackle, and Fries will start at right guard. Ekiyor is the only undrafted rookie free agent to make the roster despite his injury history at Alabama. The fourth-rounder in Freeland will serve as the swing tackle while Murray could be replaced by the addition of a veteran.
Notable Cuts: Jake Witt, Carter O’Donnell
Defensive Line (9)
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|Eric Johnson II
Analysis: There’s a lot of competition in this room. Paye and Odeyingbo project as the starting duo while Ebukam will see a lot of work as the LEO in Gus Bradley’s system. The positional versatility between Odeyingbo and Lewis gives the Colts a lot of flexibility while the competition between Bryan and fourth-rounder Adebawore will be fun to watch.
Notable Cuts: Titus Leo, Rashod Berry, Chris Williams
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Analysis: This room could look very different by the time training camp ends. Leonard’s health is still up in the air, and we won’t know his status until August arrives. There are some intriguing names to keep an eye on for the final spot in the room but with no draft picks, the Colts stay with their established veterans.
Notable Cuts: Cameron McGrone, Segun Olubi
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|Kenny Moore II
|Isaiah Rodgers Sr.
Analysis: This will be a fun room to watch. Brents likely walks into a starting role on the boundary while Moore can go back to the slot. Rodgers Sr. has positional versatility to work both on the outside and the nickel while rookies Rush and Jones will compete for the final spots. But they’re already more talented than the rest of the room. Maybe Tony Brown makes a claim due to special teams, but we’re going with the rookies here.
Notable Cuts: Tony Brown
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|Rodney Thomas II
Analysis: There’s a chance the Colts keep five safeties because they do like Trevor Denbow. The fifth-rounder in Scott gets the nod here due to his athleticism, but that will be the competition to watch. It will be interesting to see if they add a veteran.
Notable Cuts: Trevor Denbow, Marcel Dabo
Analysis: Sanchez will be returning from a torn Achilles while Gay is one of the highest-paid kickers in the game. Both Sanchez and Rhodes are in contract years so it will be interesting to see if the Colts begin to look at the market in case they don’t return after 2023.
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