Colts sign OL Anthony Coyle to practice squad

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The Indianapolis Colts signed guard/tackle Anthony Coyle to the practice squad, the team announced Tuesday.

With an extra spot open following the release of veteran Sean Davis from the practice squad, the Colts used it to bring in some offensive line depth.

Coyle entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2018, signing with the Houston Texans. He also spent time on the Green Bay Packers’ practice squad in 2018 and the Atlanta Falcons’ practice squad in 2019. He spent the 2020 season on both the active roster and the practice squad for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Colts are dealing with some injuries on their offensive line. Left tackle Eric Fisher is still working his way back from a torn Achilles while right tackle Braden Smith suffered a foot injury during the Week 1 loss against the Seattle Seahawks. Guard Danny Pinter was also inactive in Week 1 due to a foot injury, and it isn’t clear when he will be returning.

Coyle will join Carter O’Donnell and Joey Hunt as the offensive linemen on the practice squad.

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