Not surrendering a single sack all of last season is a tough task for any tackle in today’s pass-heavy NFL. And when you consider the level of competition Smith faced last season — (J.J. Watt, Matthew Judon, Josh Allen, Khalil Mack and others), that accomplishment is even more impressive. Smith is certainly a huge part in what makes Indy’s offensive line one of the best in the league.
With the team’s first training camp practice set for today at 10 a.m. three players have been placed on the NFL’s Reserve/COVID-19 list: cornerbacks Xavier Rhodes and T.J. Carrie and defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad. The Colts already are operating without coach Frank Reich, who announced Monday he had tested positive for COVID-19.
The Indianapolis Colts open training camp Wednesday in Westfield, Indiana. Coming off just their second playoff appearance since 2014, the Colts hope Carson Wentz will stop the revolving door at quarterback. He's replacing the retired Philip Rivers, who replaced the ineffective Jacoby Brissett, who replaced the retired Andrew Luck, who returned after missing the 2017 season.