Who Is On The 2019 Colts Practice Squad?


Who Is On The 2019 Colts Practice Squad?

Blog > Kevin's Corner > Colts Coverage > Who Is On The 2019 Colts Practice Squad?

Who Is On The 2019 Colts Practice Squad?

On Monday afternoon, the Colts announced the members of their 2019 practice squad. Who is on it?

Joe Robbins | Getty Images

INDIANAPOLIS – Chris Ballard put together a very important list together on Sunday afternoon.


While hearing ‘practice squad’ wasn’t the goal for these guys in camp and the preseason, Ballard has shown quite a propensity to promote guys off the PS list throughout the regular season.


The first practice squad has 6 of its 10 members coming from the Colts’ 90-man roster last month. Surprisingly, 6th round pick DE-Gerri Green ended up signing with the Patriots practice squad. He’s the lone 2019 draft pick of the Colts no longer under the team’s control.


Here’s a look at the first 10-man practice squad of the season:


-*QB Phillip Walker (5-11, 212): This was a move that figured to be happening, with the Colts now having Jacoby Brissett and Brian Hoyer on their 53-man roster. How long will Walker be on the practice squad?


-RB Quinton Flowers (5-10, 211): A former college quarterback, Flowers was a three-year starter at South Florida, with two of those seasons handing the ball off to Marlon Mack. But at 5-10 and 214 pounds, Flowers is now a running back in the NFL. Flowers was with the Bengals last year, spending nearly the entire season on their practice squad.


-*WR Ashton Dulin (6-1, 215): The decorated undrafted free agent from Malone University was with the Colts throughout the offseason. Instead of going with Krishawn Hogan on their practice squad, the Colts decided to keep Dulin instead of the Indy native.


-WR-Chad Williams (6-2, 204): No Hogan, but the Colts do still have two wideouts on their practice squad. Williams is a 2017 third-round pick who has played in 16 games (8 starts) in his career. The Cardinals waived Williams over the weekend as the Colts now try and tap into his potential.


-*OT Jackson Barton (6-7, 302): The lone 2019 draft pick on this list, Barton was a 7th round selection out of Utah back in April. He mainly ran with the 3rd team during the preseason.


-*OG/C Jake Eldrenkamp (6-5, 300): When the Colts traded Evan Boehm to the Dolphins over the weekend, it looked to be potentially good news for Eldrenkamp. But the Colts are sticking with just 8 offensive linemen on their 53-man roster right now. Eldrenkamp was getting some 2nd team run at guard and center this camp.


-*DE-Jamal Davis (6-4, 240): With draft pick Gerri Green joining the Patriots practice squad, the Colts are bringing in Davis at defensive end. Davis was an undrafted free agent of Houston out of college. Davis had 31.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks in his collegiate time at Pittsburgh (2015) and Akron (2017-18).


-*DT Brian Price (6-3, 322): Easily one of the biggest guys now on the team, Price has 20 career games of NFL experience. He has bounced around with the Packers, Cowboys, Raiders and Browns since entering the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2016. Price is a Lafayette, Ind. native, who attended McCutcheon High School.


-*LB Skai Moore (6-2, 225): This time last year Moore was preparing to start the season opener as an undrafted free agent. With the Colts drafting two more linebackers in 2019, it pushed Moore down the depth chart.


-*CB-Jalen Collins (6-1, 203: Clearly, the Colts still want to invest more time into Collins, who was waived on Saturday. Collins struggled during camp, but is back on the practice squad, where he spent some time last year.


* 6 of these 10 guys were with the Colts in camp.

Colts Coverage
Why do the Colts love wide receiver Zach Pascal so much? A look into the staff offering high praise for Pascal.
Colts Coverage
Let’s take a look at the good and the bad from the Colts (4-2) beating the Texans (4-3) in Week 7 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Colts Coverage
In the 30-23 victory over the Texans, Jacoby Brissett finished 26-of-39 for 326 yards, 4 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. What went into Brissett’s career afternoon?
Colts Coverage
The Colts (4-2) returned from their bye week and staked an early claim to the AFC South, with a 30-23 victory over the Houston Texans (4-3). What was learned from the Colts improving to 4-2 on the season?
Colts Coverage
The Colts are going to have some important injuries to watch over the weekend. What does the final injury report of the week look like for the Colts, as they take on the Texans this Sunday afternoon?