Indianapolis Colts Roster 2020 Colts Roster

7-9, 3rd AFC South

at JAX

6:00 pm GMT, 12/29

With Andrew Luck healthy for a full season, the Indianapolis Colts went 10-6 and are poised to improve this season. Personally, they’re one of my favorites to make some noise in the playoffs and should be a very dangerous team all around. Their offense was ranked 5th best while the defense came in 10th. They will look to make another deep playoff run after being knocked out by the Kansas City Chiefs last year. However, they did defeat the young Houston Texans so not all was lost. 

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Jacoby Brissett Jacoby Brissett J. Brissett 7
70
#67 QB 1 6'4" 236 27 12/11/92 5 2016 3 91 North Carolina State
QB Brian Hoyer Brian Hoyer B. Hoyer 2
77
#23 QB 2 6'2" 215 34 10/13/85 12 2009 Michigan State
QB Chad Kelly Chad Kelly C. Kelly 6
69
#71 QB 3 6'2" 224 25 3/26/94 3 2017 7 253 Mississippi
RB Marlon Mack Marlon Mack M. Mack 25
84
#20 RB 1 5'11" 213 23 3/7/96 4 2017 4 143 South Florida
RB Nyheim Hines Nyheim Hines N. Hines 21
78
#40 RB 2 5'8" 198 23 11/12/96 3 2018 4 104 NC State
RB Jordan Wilkins Jordan Wilkins J. Wilkins 20
72
#105 RB 3 6'1" 216 25 7/18/94 3 2018 5 169
RB Jonathan Williams Jonathan Williams J. Williams 33
65
#145 RB 5'11" 220 26 2/2/94 5 2016 5 156 Arkansas
RB Darius Jackson Darius Jackson D. Jackson 41
66
#105 RB 6'0" 219 26 12/1/93 4 2016 6 216 Eastern Michigan
OT Anthony Castonzo Anthony Castonzo A. Castonzo 74
86
#12 OT 1 6'7" 305 31 8/9/88 10 2011 1 22 Boston College
OT Braden Smith Braden Smith B. Smith 72
81
#22 OT 1 6'6" 315 23 3/25/96 3 2018 2 37 Auburn
OT Le'raven Clark Le'raven Clark L. Clark 62
68
#112 OT 2 6'5" 316 26 4/22/93 5 2016 3 82 Texas Tech
ILB Anthony Walker Anthony Walker A. Walker 50
78
#16 ILB 1 6'1" 238 24 8/8/95 4 2017 5 161 Northwestern
ILB Bobby Okereke Bobby Okereke B. Okereke 58
73
#55 ILB 2 6'1" 239 23 7/29/96 2 2019 3 89 Stanford
ILB Luke Rhodes Luke Rhodes L. Rhodes 46
63
#103 ILB 6'1" 236 27 12/2/92 4 2016 William & Mary
OLB Darius Leonard Darius Leonard D. Leonard 53
85
#7 OLB 1 6'2" 234 24 7/27/95 3 2018 2 36 South Carolina State
OLB Matthew Adams Matthew Adams M. Adams 49
65
#142 OLB 2 6'0" 230 24 12/12/95 3 2018 7 221
OLB E.J. Speed E.J. Speed E. Speed 45
71
#93 OLB 2 6'4" 230 24 6/1/95 2 2019 5 164 Tarleton State
OLB Zaire Franklin Zaire Franklin Z. Franklin 44
66
#134 OLB 3 6'0" 230 23 7/2/96 3 2018 7 235
OLB Skai Moore Skai Moore S. Moore 55
69
#117 OLB 3 6'2" 226 25 1/8/95 3 2018 South Carolina
SS Clayton Geathers Clayton Geathers C. Geathers 26
80
#19 SS 1 6'2" 218 27 6/1/92 6 2015 4 109 Central Florida
SS Khari Willis Khari Willis K. Willis 37
72
#51 SS 2 5'11" 213 23 5/7/96 2 2019 4 109 Michigan State
P Rigoberto Sanchez Rigoberto Sanchez R. Sanchez 8
76
#13 P 6'0" 176 25 9/8/94 4 2017 Hawaii
FS Malik Hooker Malik Hooker M. Hooker 29
84
#7 FS 1 6'1" 206 23 4/1/96 4 2017 1 15 Ohio State
FS George Odum George Odum G. Odum 30
69
#60 FS 3 6'2" 185 26 11/3/93 3 2018 Central Arkansas
LS Joe Fortunato Joe Fortunato J. Fortunato 0
67
#17 LS 6'5" 240 1 2017 Delaware
C Ryan Kelly Ryan Kelly R. Kelly 78
82
#12 C 1 6'4" 311 26 5/30/93 5 2016 1 18 Alabama
C Josh Andrews Josh Andrews J. Andrews 63
63
#184 C 2 6'2" 311 28 6/21/91 5 2014 Oregon State
DT Denico Autry Denico Autry D. Autry 96
74
#45 DT 1 6'4" 265 29 7/15/90 7 2014 Mississippi State
DT Tyquan Lewis Tyquan Lewis T. Lewis 94
73
#53 DT 2 6'3" 269 25 1/30/95 3 2018 2 64 Ohio State
DT Trevon Coley Trevon Coley T. Coley 91
70
#104 DT 3 6'1" 307 25 7/13/94 4 2016 Florida Atlantic
DT Iseoluwapo Jegede Iseoluwapo Jegede I. Jegede 8
71
#70 DT 6'6" 273 0 2019 Valdosta State
LB Tre Thomas Tre Thomas T. Thomas 48
72
#13 LB 6'2" 223 24 9/3/95 0 2019 Colorado State
WR T.Y. Hilton T.Y. Hilton T. Hilton 13
92
#12 WR 1 5'9" 183 30 11/14/89 9 2012 3 92 Florida International
WR Devin Funchess Devin Funchess D. Funchess 17
81
#58 WR 1 6'4" 232 25 5/21/94 6 2015 2 41 Michigan
WR Zach Pascal Zach Pascal Z. Pascal 14
67
#225 WR 1 6'2" 207 25 12/18/94 3 2017 Old Dominion
WR Marcus Johnson Marcus Johnson M. Johnson 83
60
#268 WR 2 6'0" 192 25 8/5/94 4 2016 Texas
WR Chester Rogers Chester Rogers C. Rogers 80
75
#102 WR 2 6'1" 180 26 1/12/94 5 2016 Grambling
WR Steve Ishmael Steve Ishmael S. Ishmael 3
67
#272 WR 2 6'1" 202 24 7/18/95 1 2018
WR Daurice Fountain Daurice Fountain D. Fountain 10
67
#270 WR 3 6'2" 210 24 12/22/95 1 2018 5 159
WR Artavis Scott Artavis Scott A. Scott 10
67
#301 WR 3 5'10" 193 25 12/12/94 2 2017 Clemson
WR Parris Campbell Parris Campbell P. Campbell 15
70
#192 WR 3 6'0" 205 22 7/16/97 2 2019 2 59 Ohio State
WR Ashton Dulin Ashton Dulin A. Dulin 16
74
#157 WR 6'1" 215 22 5/15/97 2 2019 Malone College
WR Rodney Adams Rodney Adams R. Adams 12
70
6'1" 189 25 9/15/94 1 2017 5 170 South Florida
WR Malik Henry Malik Henry M. Henry 9
76
#106 WR 6'0" 175 22 4/16/97 1 2019 Georgia Southern
WR Chad Williams Chad Williams C. Williams 1
74
#145 WR 6'1" 207 25 10/19/94 4 2017 3 98 Grambling State
WR Billy Brown Billy Brown B. Brown 48
78
#240 WR 6'3" 254 26 3/20/93 1 2017 Shepherd
WR Dontrelle Inman Dontrelle Inman D. Inman 86
73
#156 WR 6'3" 198 31 1/31/89 7 2011 Virginia
WR Al Riles Al Riles A. Riles 3
64
#261 WR 5'10" 212 26 9/17/93 1 2017 LA-Lafayette
TE Eric Ebron Eric Ebron E. Ebron 85
85
#14 TE 1 6'4" 250 26 4/10/93 7 2014 1 10 North Carolina
TE Jack Doyle Jack Doyle J. Doyle 84
86
#13 TE 2 6'5" 254 29 5/5/90 8 2013 Western Kentucky
TE Matt Lengel Matt Lengel M. Lengel 86
70
#61 TE 3 6'7" 262 29 12/27/90 5 2015 Eastern Kentucky
TE Ian Bunting Ian Bunting I. Bunting 48
77
#39 TE 6'7" 256 24 2/10/96 1 2019 California
TE Xavier Grimble Xavier Grimble X. Grimble 85
71
#90 TE 6'4" 257 29 12/18/90 5 2014 Southern Cal
TE Mo Alie-Cox Mo Alie-Cox M. Alie-Cox 81
69
#105 TE 6'6" 260 26 9/19/93 3 2017 Virginia Commonwealth
DE Justin Houston Justin Houston J. Houston 99
84
#19 DE 1 6'3" 258 31 1/12/89 10 2011 3 70 Georgia
DE Kemoko Turay Kemoko Turay K. Turay 57
76
#57 DE 1 6'5" 253 24 7/11/95 3 2018 2 52 Rutgers
DE Ben Banogu Ben Banogu B. Banogu 52
74
#86 DE 2 6'3" 250 24 1/19/96 2 2019 2 49 TCU
DE Al-Quadin Muhammad Al-Quadin Muhammad A. Muhammad 97
67
#140 DE 2 6'3" 253 24 3/28/95 4 2017 6 196 Miami
DE Jabaal Sheard Jabaal Sheard J. Sheard 93
83
#26 DE 3 6'3" 255 30 5/10/89 10 2011 2 37 Pittsburgh
DE Gerri Green Gerri Green G. Green 95
73
#83 DE 6'4" 252 24 9/14/95 1 2019 6 199 Mississippi State
CB Kenny Moore Kenny Moore K. Moore 23
80
#43 CB 1 5'10" 185 24 8/23/95 4 2017 Valdosta State
CB Pierre Desir Pierre Desir P. Desir 35
82
#28 CB 1 6'1" 198 29 9/8/90 7 2014 4 127 Lindenwood
CB Rock Ya-Sin Rock Ya-Sin R. Ya-Sin 34
72
#134 CB 1 6'0" 192 23 5/23/96 2 2019 2 34 Temple
CB Quincy Wilson Quincy Wilson Q. Wilson 31
73
#129 CB 2 6'1" 211 24 8/16/95 4 2017 2 46 Florida
CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun Briean Boddy-Calhoun B. Boddy-Calhoun 28
73
#25 CB 3 5'9" 193 27 1/21/93 5 2016 Minnesota
CB Marvell Tell III Marvell Tell III M. T. III 39
70
#156 CB 3 6'2" 198 23 8/2/96 2 2019 5 144 USC
CB Jamal Peters Jamal Peters J. Peters 0
75
#95 CB 6'2" 218 23 12/22/96 0 2019 Mississippi State
NT Grover Stewart Grover Stewart G. Stewart 90
62
#54 NT 1 6'4" 336 26 10/20/93 4 2017 4 144 Albany State (GA)
NT Margus Hunt Margus Hunt M. Hunt 92
76
#16 NT 2 6'8" 277 32 7/14/87 8 2013 2 53 SMU
NT James Jegede James Jegede J. Jegede 79
#1 NT 3 6'6" 273 25 5/24/94 1 2019 Valdosta State
G Quenton Nelson Quenton Nelson Q. Nelson 56
89
#8 G 1 6'5" 325 23 3/19/96 3 2018 1 6
G Mark Glowinski Mark Glowinski M. Glowinski 64
75
#56 G 1 6'4" 307 27 5/3/92 6 2015 4 134 West Virginia
G Jake Eldrenkamp Jake Eldrenkamp J. Eldrenkamp 60
67
#120 G 2 6'5" 284 25 3/4/94 2 2017 Washington
G Joe Haeg Joe Haeg J. Haeg 73
72
#85 G 2 6'6" 304 26 3/11/93 5 2016 5 155 North Dakota State
K Chase McLaughlin Chase McLaughlin C. McLaughlin 5
2 6'1" 190 23 4/9/96 2 2019 Illinois

Top 3 Colts Roster Questions of 2019-2020

Can Andrew Luck hold up?

After missing 26 games from 2015-17, Andrew Luck finally had a fully healthy season and made the most of it. When healthy, he was brilliant, passing for 4,593 yards and 39 TDs. For Luck, there’s never been a question about his skillset. The only problem with him is the injury history and whether he can actually stay on the field long enough to help the Colts. He had a career high in attempts last year and will likely look to top that with so many weapons. 

Additionally, Luck’s completion rate was the highest of his career at 67.3% and he remained a dual threat with 148 rushing yards. The only thing concerning about Luck’s increased attempts is the interceptions. The 15 picks last year was clearly not favorable but easily overshadowed by his large TD numbers. He’s a great player that might need to see his playing time examined closely. Indianapolis simply can’t afford to lose him if they want to win the division this year. 

Which receivers will stand out?

This offseason, the Colts made a flurry of moves at the wide receiver spot and made a strength even stronger. Last year, the Colts boasted one of the best receiving corps led by TY Hilton. This year, he’ll return to do more of the same though he will get some help. Joining him will be Devin Funchess, Parris Campbell, and Chester Rogers. 

While none of those names, besides Funchess, are especially appealing, it’s almost anyone’s guess as to who makes the cut. Hilton and Funchess are essentially locks to make it based on past reputation and are likely to occupy the two outside receiver spots. Among those still at camp, Campbell and Rogers are currently projected to be the #3 and #4 receivers on the roster. Both will have to be great and show some type of star quality to first make the roster and then become a starting wideout. 

What does Justin Houston bring to the team?

After spending the entirety of his career in Kansas City, Justin Houston heads to Indianapolis on a 2 year, $24 million deal. This seemed almost like a steal for the Colts who now acquired their starting defensive end who was able to get 9 sacks in just 12 games last year. For his career, Houston has 78.5 sacks and even led the league in 2014 with 22. While he may no longer be an elite pass rusher, he’s plenty capable of applying pressure to the Qb and making smart plays. 

The only reason the Colts got him was the large salary the Chiefs would’ve been forced to pay had they decided to keep him. Instead, the Colts got a steal here assuming Houson can still be anywhere close to the player he once was a few years back. At 30, Houston may not have a lot left in the tank but this is a win-win situation for both teams. Indianapolis gets a pass rusher that they desperately needed and Houston gets a shot at proving his worth in the NFL.