Colts Release Week 2 Unofficial Depth Chart

What does the 2018 Week 2 unofficial depth chart look like for the Indianapolis Colts? We take a position-by-position look.


INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts on Sunday travel to Landover, Md., to take on the Washington Redskins for their 2018 Week 2 matchup — and, accordingly, it's time to look at the team's unofficial depth chart for the game.

Here is a look at the Colts' unofficial depth chart for the Redskins game, with some notes for each unit:


— WR: Ryan Grant, Zach Pascal, Marcus Johnson

— LT: Anthony Castonzo, Le'Raven Clark

— LG: Quenton Nelson, Mark Glowinski

— C: Ryan Kelly, Joe Haeg

— RG: Matt Slauson, Braden Smith

— RT: Joe Haeg, J'Marcus Webb, Denzelle Good

— TE: Jack Doyle, Ryan Hewitt

— WR: T.Y. Hilton, Chester Rogers

— QB: Andrew Luck, Jacoby Brissett

— TE: Eric Ebron, Erik Swoope

— RB: Marlon Mack, Jordan Wilkins, Nyheim Hines, Christine Michael

Notes: Same deal as last week's unofficial depth chart for the team's Week 1 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. With Anthony Castonzo ruled out of that game due to a hamstring injury, the team used Joe Haeg at left tackle and J'Marcus Webb at right tackle. Marlon Mack, also, was out with a hamstring injury, so the team started rookie Jordan Wilkins at running back against the Bengals. Also, because the Colts opened up the game on offense with their "big" package, rookie Braden Smith earned a start as the tackle-eligible player.



— DE: Jabaal Sheard, Kemoko Turay

— NT: Al Woods, Grover Stewart

— UT: Denico Autry, Hassan Ridgeway

— DE: Margus Hunt, Tarell Basham, Al-Quadin Muhammad

— WLB: Darius Leonard, Matthew Adams

— MLB: Anthony Walker, Skai Moore

— SAM: Najee Goode, Zaire Franklin

— CB: Kenny Moore II, Quincy Wilson, Chris Milton

— FS: Malik Hooker, George Odum, Corey Moore

— SS: Clayton Geathers, Matthias Farley

— CB: Nate Hairston, Pierre Desir

Notes: Again, everything is looking similar to last week's unofficial depth chart on the defensive side of the ball. Those who actually started the game who are different than those listed above: Skai Moore (MIKE linebacker), and, because the team opened up in their nickel package, Quincy Wilson (cornerback), though Wilson was outside and Kenny Moore II was the nickel cornerback.



— P: Rigoberto Sanchez

— K: Adam Vinatieri

— LS: Luke Rhodes

— KR: Zach Pascal, Chester Rogers, Nyheim Hines

— PR: Chester Rogers, Zach Pascal, T.Y. Hilton

Notes: The one difference this week: Zach Pascal is now listed as the No. 1 kick returner; he was listed as No. 2 last week. Pascal had two kickoff returns for 54 total yards — an average of 27 yards per return — against the Bengals.

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