Offensive Line: LT Anthony Castonzo, LG Jack Mewhort, C Ryan Kelly, RG Denzelle Good, RT Joe Reitz
OT Le’Raven Clark, OG Jonotthan Harrison, OT/OG Joe Haeg, C Austin Blythe
Released: OG Kitt O’Brien, OG Adam Redmond, OG Hugh Thornton (injured reserve), OT Mitchell Van Dyk, OT Jeremy Vujnovich.
However, who else they’re keeping is less clear. Rookie offensive lineman Le’Raven Clark, Joe Haeg, and Austin Blythe appear to be relatively safe bets to make the roster, as well as 3rd-year veteran Jonotthan Harrison given his interior versatility.
The Colts could always keep an extra offensive lineman like OG Kitt O’Brien or OT Jeremy Vujnovich around for extra insurance, but there’s also greater depth issues elsewhere on the roster–namely at cornerback and defensive line. However, Haeg’s ankle injury will be well-worth monitoring, as his injury could really be the difference in one of these two players making the roster as well if it lingers.
Like D’Joun Smith, another former 3rd round pick of the Colts, Hugh Thornton, could soon be released due to injuries. The Colts are clearly willing now to sacrifice past early round draft picks, if they’ve proven they can’t stay healthy and play on the field. On talent alone, Thornton has enough ability to make the team’s 53-man roster, but he hasn’t played all preseason due to injuries and his time with the Colts may be coming to an abrupt end–having been unable to audition.