The Colts have released their initial regular season depth chart. See who is playing where.
We had plenty of preseason depth charts, but for the first time with the 53-man roster, let's take a look at the Colts depth chart:
LT: Anthony Castonzo, Joe Reitz
LG: Jack Mewhort
RT: Gosder Cherilus, Xavier Nixon
FB: Mario Harvey
DE: Cory Redding, Ricky Jean Francois
OLB: Erik Walden, Jonathan Newsome, Andy Studebaker
ILB: Jerrell Freeman, Josh McNary
P: Pat McAfee
K: Adam Vinatieri
H: Pat McAfee, Griff Whalen
LS: Matt Overton
KR: Dan Herron, Donte Moncrief
PR: Loucheiz Purifoy, Griff Whalen
There really aren't any surprises here, which is to be expected. Also, there aren't really any changes from the preseason and camp one, only less players. It is interesting to note the returners - Dan Herron at kick returner and then Loucheiz Purifoy at punt returner. We'll see how often the Colts change that up, but I don't mind either of them.
Overall, it's obvious from looking at this depth chart that this actually looks like a really great team on paper. Of course, that's without injuries and anticipating that everyone plays as well as we know they can. Neither of those will happen, but I think it's an encouraging depth chart for Colts fans. As long as they're healthy. And as long as Andrew Luck is the starting quarterback.
What are your thoughts on the initial regular season depth chart for the Colts?