4 players who’ve proven they aren’t in Colts’ future
2. Colts defensive end Kemoko Turay
Kemoko Turay is currently playing on the last year of his rookie contract, and he isn’t putting forth the type of production that would make Indianapolis want to extend him.
Turay’s time with the Colts started off pretty strong; he posted a rookie season that left many thinking he would develop into an impact player for Indianapolis. Instead, it has been the opposite.
In Turay’s second season, he suffered a broken ankle that would sideline him for most of his second and third years in the NFL. He returned healthy for this season, and has been rotating in as a contributing member of the defense.
Unfortunately for Turay, the league moves on from players fast, and the Colts already drafted two exciting edge rushers in Kwity Paye and Dayo Odeyingbo. So while Turay isn’t necessarily playing poorly, he isn’t delivering the type of production that is going to make Indianapolis re-sign him to a crowded position room.
For that reason, it’s likely these next seven games are Turay’s last in the blue and white.