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Colts personnel update 04.20.2021


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Here's where things stand, 9 days before the draft. Updates since my 3/26 post are bolded:

(dollars rounded a bit)

 

Unrestricted free agents signed from other teams

  • DE Isaac Rochell (former Charger)
  • OT Sam Tevi (former Charger)
  • OT Julién Davenport (former Dolphin)
  • G Chris Reed (former Panther)

 

Colts unrestricted free agents re-signed

  • RB Marlon Mack (1-yr, $2M)
  • CB Xavier Rhodes (1-yr, $6.5M)
  • WR T.Y. Hilton (1-yr, $10M, $8M guaranteed)
  • C Joey Hunt (1-yr, $1M)
  • DE Al-Quadin Muhammad (1-yr, $3.4M)
  • CB T.J. Carrie (1-yr, $2M)

 

Colts restricted free agents re-signed

  • S George Odum (right of first refusal, $2.1M)
  • WR Zach Pascal (2nd round, $3.4M)

 

Colts restricted free agents tendered

TE Mo Alie-Cox (2nd round, $3.4M, pending)

 

Colts exclusive rights free agents re-signed

WR Ashton Dulin (1-yr extension)

DT Taylor Stallworth (1-yr extension)

 

Acquired via trade

QB Carson Wentz (from Eagles for 2 draft picks)

 

Claimed from other teams

DT Andrew Brown (from Texans via waivers)

 

Colts unrestricted free agents signed by other teams

DT Denico Autry (to the Titans, 3-yr, $21.5M, $9M guaranteed)

QB Jacoby Brissett (to the Dolphins, 1-yr, $5M, fully guaranteed)

LB Anthony Walker (to the Browns, 1-yr, $3.5M)

S Tavon Wilson (to the 49ers, 1-yr, $1M)

 

Colts restricted Free Agents signed by other teams (not tendered by Colts)

CB Tremon Smith (to the Texans, 1-yr, $1M)

 

Remaining unrestricted free agents

TE Trey Burton

OT Le’Raven Clark

OT Chaz Green

S Malik Hooker

DE Justin Houston

 

Retirements

QB Philip Rivers

OT Anthony Castonzo

 

Reserve/Futures Contracts

Defense

  • CB Andre Chachere
  • CB Roderic Teamer
  • CB Will Sunderland
  • DT Chris Williams
  • DT Kameron Cline
  • DT Rob Windsor
  • S Ibraheim Campbell

Offense

  • G Jake Eldrenkamp
  • G Sam Jones
  • OT Carter O’Donnell
  • RB Darius Anderson
  • RB Paul Perkins
  • TE Andrew Vollert
  • TE Farrod Green
  • WR Quartney Davis

Special Teams

  • P Austin Rehkow

 

Most data for this list was obtained from https://coltswire.usatoday.com/.

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1 hour ago, Hark said:

Didn't they sign JJ Nelson to a reserve/futures contract as well as a QB?

Thanks, I missed quite a few (ten!) additional reserve/futures contracts. Below is the updated info on r/f contracts, new adds are bolded:

 

Reserve/Futures Contracts

 

Defense

  • CB Andre Chachere
  • CB Anthony Chesley
  • CB Will Sunderland
  • CB Roderic Teamer
  • DT Kameron Cline
  • DT Chris Williams
  • DT Rob Windsor
  • S Ibraheim Campbell
  • S Nick Nelson

 

Offense

  • G Jake Eldrenkamp
  • G Sam Jones
  • OT Jake Benzinger
  • OT Elijah Nkansah
  • OT Carter O’Donnell
  • OT Casey Tucker
  • RB Darius Anderson
  • RB Benny LeMay
  • RB Paul Perkins
  • TE Farrod Green
  • TE Jordan Thomas
  • TE Andrew Vollert
  • WR Quartney Davis
  • WR Gary Jennings
  • WR J.J. Nelson
  • QB Jalen Morton

 

Special Teams

  • P Austin Rehkow

Note: I confirmed all of these on the official Colts.com website as r/f additions as well as being shown as currently on the roster.

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6 minutes ago, Hoose said:

I believe you can also add S Sean Davis to the list. 

Thanks Hoose, appreciate the heads up. You are absolutely correct.

 

In other news, apparently I shouldn't be compiling lists since my attention to detail has taken a massive nose dive. :facepalm:

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