- Signed by the Colts as a free agent on May 20, 2019.
- Waived by the Denver Broncos on October 24, 2018.
- Drafted by the Broncos in the seventh round (253rd overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Colts Mailbag: Nyheim Hines Set For Big Year, Chad Kelly's Future, Rotation At Defensive End, Evaluating The Tight End Position
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about running back Nyheim Hines' role in 2020, quarterback Chad Kelly's future in Indy, how the team will handle the defensive end rotation, where the Colts are at tight end and much more.
Colts 'Not Going To Force' Future Quarterback Decisions With Draft On Horizon
While the three quarterbacks on the Indianapolis Colts' roster — Jacoby Brissett, Chad Kelly and Philip Rivers — only have one year remaining on their contracts, general manager Chris Ballard said Friday the team won't force any decisions regarding the future of the position.
Pierre Desir, Jordan Wilkins Among Those Inactive Against Jaguars
The Indianapolis Colts have announced their inactives list for today's Week 11 divisional showdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars; cornerback Pierre Desir on defense and running back Jordan Wilkins on offense are among those who won't play today.
Colts Bring Up WR Marcus Johnson, QB Chad Kelly To Active Roster
The Indianapolis Colts today announced they have elevated wide receiver Marcus Johnson and quarterback Chad Kelly to the active roster from the practice squad; in corresponding moves the team has waived wide receiver Deon Cain and defensive tackle Kyle Peko.
Colts To Make Decision Soon On Chad Kelly; Jabaal Sheard Nearing Return To Practice
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said Monday the team hopes to make a decision one way or another about a roster spot for quarterback Chad Kelly within 24 to 48 hours. Defensive end Jabaal Sheard, meanwhile, is nearing a return to practice after undergoing a minor knee procedure during training camp.
Final Roster Cuts Present 'Tough Couple Of Days' For Colts' Coaches
Thursday's preseason finale against the Cincinnati Bengals was the last chance for several members of the Indianapolis Colts' 90-man roster to prove they're worthy of a spot on the Week 1 roster. Now the coaching staff faces a 4 p.m. Saturday deadline to cut from 90 to 53 players.