4 easy roster cuts the Indianapolis Colts will make

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There is no telling exactly what the coming season will hold for the Indianapolis Colts, but at the very least, the fan base has a reason to be hopeful for the future.

After all, rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson has flashed a bit and remains one of the most physically and athletically-gifted rookies in his class. The future should be bright, so long as his development comes into focus.

For right now, though, it's all about building, and to do that, the Colts are going to have to make some decisions in the coming days. With roster cuts happening this next Tuesday, we can't predict the entirety of what might happen just yet. However, we do believe these four guys won't make it past cut day.

1. Isaac Taylor-Stuart, CB

Let's start out at the cornerback position, where the Colts will probably be starting Darrell Baker Jr. and Dallis Flowers on the outside, with Kenny Moore starting in the slot. Behind them are going to be rookie Julius Brents, who could challenge for a starting position as time goes on, along with veteran Jaylon Jones. That's five corners, right there, with Chris Lammons starting out on the suspended list but coming back as a reserve slot corner.

Some outlets think Darius Rush is the last man in, and if that's the case, then it would leave Kevin Toliver and Isaac Taylor-Stuart as the two guys left off the final roster.

Taylor-Stuart was an undrafted free agent signing last year by the Dallas Cowboys, but did not end up playing in the regular season. Indy signed him back in July, but he's been too far buried on the depth chart to stand a chance at making the team at this point.