Colts’ already strong offensive line gets Joe Haeg back

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The Colts’ offensive line has been excellent this season, and it should get better now.

That’s because Joe Haeg, an offensive tackle who started the first three games of the season, has been activated from injured reserve.

Haeg, who started 15 games last year and 14 games the year before, was a fifth-round draft pick in 2016. He was injured in Week Three and has been on injured reserve since. The Colts haven’t much missed Haeg since he was hurt, and he might not get his starting job back, but it can’t hurt to have some veteran depth with starting experience. Haeg has started on both the right and left side, and at both tackle and guard.

To make room for Haeg on the 53-man roster, the Colts waived tackle/guard Denzelle Good. The team also signed quarterback Phillip Walker to the practice squad and released defensive end Anthony Winbush from the practice squad.

3 responses to “Colts’ already strong offensive line gets Joe Haeg back

  1. This game is Jacksonvilles annual superbowl. The only game their lamewad fanbase cares about, even if the Colts are having a down year, they still throw parades in Jacksonville if they win against the Colts. It has been this way since the division was formed. They will need to remove all tarps for this game

  2. Somewhere Ryan Grigson is confused. He ignored the OL for so long and blamed all the problems on Luck. Now that Grigson is out swabbing toilets the Colts have built a respectable OL and it shows in their record. Just another example of how pathetic Grigson is as a football guy. He should never work in football again. The guy is a total moron.

  3. “Colts already strong offensive line……”

    When i started reading that title, it still just didn’t sound right. But good on Chris Ballard and co for making it true. It’s about time that team got a real GM.

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