Breaking: Indianapolis Colts mention 5 player which might depart the team before the training camp begins

The Indianapolis Colts will lose a few players following the upcoming season, much like any other NFL team. This offseason, they lost important free agents including running back Zack Moss and quarterback Gardner Minshew.

Next year, Ryan Kelly will be available as a free agent. One of the league’s best centers is the Colt with the longest contract. Despite reports that he is retiring, it is expected that he will sign a new contract with the squad. The four-time Pro Bowler is too valuable to the Colts to lose. They’ll probably go to any lengths to keep him.

Kelly ought to go back to Indianapolis. However, which players might quit in 2025?

Joe Flacco

When Anthony Richardson was out by injury last season, Minshew performed admirably for the Colts. The squad was on the verge of making the playoffs thanks to the former sixth-round pick.

However, Minshew signed an offseason contract with the Las Vegas Raiders. The Colts now needed a backup quarterback as a result. However, the Colts signed veteran Joe Flacco to replace Minshew shortly after he left.

Flacco just finished a fantastic 2023 campaign. After leading the Cleveland Browns to the postseason, he was named NFL Comeback Player of the Year.

This season, Flacco will be Richardson’s main backup. This former MVP of the Super Bowl has played in 16 NFL seasons. He ought to so prove to be Richardson’s perfect tutor. However, considering Flacco’s age of 39 and is only here for a year, and he’ll probably retire in 2025.

Mo Alie-Cox

Since signing as an undrafted free agent in 2017, Mo Alie-Cox has been a member of the Colts. He has caught 102 passes for 1,286 yards and 14 touchdowns in his six seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.

The Indianapolis roster is loaded with tight ends. Jelani Woods, Drew Ogletree, Will Mallory, Kylen Granson, and Alie-Cox make up the tight end room. However, one of those players might be cut before to the start of the regular season. That guy could be Alie-Cox.

Allie-Cox, though, might decide to stay and play for the team in 2024–2025. Come next year, the 30-year-old will be a free agent. Anticipate that the Colts will prioritize their younger tight ends over re-signing him. Without a doubt, Alie-Cox is disposable if Woods had a breakthrough year while the others keep getting better.

Dayo Odeyingbo

Dayo Odeyingbo’s 2023 season was fruitful. With eight sacks, the Colts defensive end recorded a career-high. In addition, he recorded 17 QB hits, 38 tackles, and 29 pressures.

The last year of Odeyingbo’s rookie contract is about to begin. If he has a strong season, he might become too expensive for Indianapolis. In the initial round of this year’s draft, the team selected Laiatu Latu, a fellow defensive end. In addition, they agreed to accept Kwity Paye’s 2025 season-long fifth-year option.

This off-season, the Colts re-signed a number of players. Free agents Grover Stewart, Michael Pittman Jr., and Kenny Moore II were brought back. Zaire Franklin and DeForest Buckner also had their contracts extended.

Odeyingbo might stay with Indianapolis as well. However, don’t be shocked if he departs and lands an

pricey agreement with a different club for the next spring.

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