Indianapolis Colts 2022 free agent tracker: Who’s leaving and who’s joining?

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (13) moves into the huddle Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, during a game against the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (13) moves into the huddle Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, during a game against the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. /

An updating list of all the Indianapolis Colts free agency moves during the 2022 offseason.

The Indianapolis Colts season ended on a terrible note when they were upset by the Jacksonville Jaguars and failed to secure a spot in the playoffs.

The finish was a shock because, in the middle of the season, Indy looked like one of the most dangerous teams in the league, but the team has more work to do.

That work starts in the offseason. Indy may be tasked with finding a new defensive coordinator and possibly searching for an upgrade at quarterback. However, Indianapolis will also have to focus on its 28 free agents.

Below is a list of every 2022 Colts free agent. This page will be continually updated as players start signing. Also, full explanations for each free agency term can be found here.

Who are the Colts 2022 Unrestricted Free Agents?

*Unrestricted Free Agents are players that can join any team without any obstacles*

Eric Fisher, LT

Eric Fisher signed with Indy last offseason and he couldn’t solve the left tackle issues. Fisher will likely be moving on and the Colts will look for his replacements.

T.Y. Hilton, WR

T.Y. Hilton has given his all to Indianapolis and was the cornerstone of the franchise for the last decade. Hilton is likely heading into retirement.

Mark Glowinski, G

Mark Glowinski has excelled at right guard the last three seasons for Indy and the Colts will likely try to re-sign him.

Xavier Rhodes, CB

The second year in Indianapolis was not as good as the first for Xavier Rhodes and because of that, it was likely his last. Indy will look to get younger at the cornerback position.

Mo Alie-Cox, TE

With Jack Doyle considering retirement, Mo Alie-Cox should be high on the list of players the Colts want to re-sign.

Zach Pascal, WR

Zach Pascal carved a place for himself in the NFL during his time in Indianapolis. A lot of teams could use Pascal next season and Indy is one.

Al-Quadin Muhammad, DE

Al-Quadin Muhammad started all season at end and there’s no guarantee he’ll be back. He didn’t have a significant jump in production, so a big contract is unlikely.

Sam Tevi, OT

Sam Tevi signed with Indy last offseason and tore his ACL in the preseason, so he never got to see action. His future is a mystery.

Isaac Rochell, DE

Isaac Rochell also signed last offseason and mostly contributed on special teams with a few defensive snaps.

George Odum, S

George Odum is certainly a player the Colts should re-sign. He contributes at safety and is a standout special teams player.

TJ Carrie, CB

Carrie contributed on special teams and defense but his snap count decreased after a stint on injured reserve.

Marlon Mack, RB

Marlon Mack’s time in Indy ended long ago, the start of free agency was just a formality. However, he can revive his career with several teams.

Kemoko Turay, DE

Kemoko Turay never reached the level that many hoped he would when he was drafted and as a result, his time in Indy may be over.

Julie’n Davenport, LT

Davenport started the first four games of the season for Indianapolis before ultimately settling into his role as a backup. He may return as a reserve.

Chris Reed, G

Reed, in his first year with Indy, started six games but saw action in 14. His readiness to step in and help up front may lead to a return.

Tyquan Lewis, DT

A Week 8 knee injury ruined Tyquan Lewis’ chance to secure himself another contract in Indianapolis, so his future is unclear.

Andrew Sendejo, SS

Andrew Sendejo was signed for depth but injuries gave him more playing time than anticipated and he didn’t impress. Unlikely that he returns.

Antwaun Woods, DT

Woods had a rocky season going from practice squad to the active roster before ultimately ending up on injured reserve. His journey last season makes a return seem unlikely.

Michael Badgley, K

Michael Badgley came to Indy and reclaimed his Money Badger status, having an efficient year. However, with a healthy Rodrigo Blankenship on the roster, Badgley may be looking for work elsewhere.

Taylor Stallworth, DT

Stallworth played in 16 games and had solid contribution from the defensive tackle position. He could be back as a rotational piece.

Matt Pryor, OT

Pryor was a backup tackle but started five games and played in all 17. He could be back another year as a backup.

Matthew Adams, OLB

Matthew Adams played strictly on special teams but he was nearly on every unit. If he returns, it would be on a small deal for special teams.

Zaire Franklin, OLB

Zaire Franklin is a captain on this team for a reason. He contributes on defense and leads the special teams. Indy would certainly welcome him back.

Who are the Colts 2022 Restricted Free Agents?

*Restricted Free Agents are players that can negotiate and receive contracts from other teams but their original team can assign various tenders to either keep the player or get draft compensation.*

Ashton Dulin, WR

Ashton Dulin has consistently contributed on special teams and has developed as a wide receiver. However, he hasn’t shown enough that should cause other teams to offer him a contract that Indy is unlikely to match.

Skai Moore, LB

Moore spent the season on injured reserve and only ever played one game in his four years with Indy.

Who are the Colts 2022 Exclusive Rights Free Agents?

*Exclusive Rights Free Agents are players with less than three seasons in the NFL that can’t hit the market if offered by their original team*

Nick Nelson, CB

Spent 2021 on the injured reserve list.

Quartney Davis, WR

Spent 2021 on the injured reserve list.

Rob Windsor, DT

Spent 2021 on the injured reserve list.

2022 Free Agents signed by the Colts:

  • 1/12 – Alexander Myres, CB, signed to reserve/future contract
  • 1/20 – Jordan Murray, T, signed to reserve/future contract
  • 1/26 – Nikola Kalinic, TE, signed to reserve/future contract
  • 2/8 – RJ McIntosh, DL, signed to a one-year contract
  • 3/7 – Jack Doyle, TE, retired
  • 3/8 – Tony Brown, CB, signed a one-year contract

This will be continually updated throughout the offseason.

2022 Free Agents leaving the Colts:

  • 3/14 – Mark Glowinski, G, signed a three-year contract with the New York Giants
  • 3/18 – George Odum, S, signed a three-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers
  • 3/18 – Al-Quadin Muhammad, DE, signed a two-year contract with the Chicago Bears
  • 3/21 – Zach Pascal, WR, signed a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles

This will be continually updated throughout the offseason.