Colts to sign Dennis Kelly

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Dennis Kelly is joining the Colts.

The veteran offensive tackle visited the team last month and his former Titans teammate Taylor Lewan broke the news that Kelly will be signing with Tennessee’s AFC South rivals on Tuesday.

Kelly played for the Titans from 2016 to 2020 and then moved on to the Packers last season. He started four regular season games and Green Bay’s playoff loss at right tackle before being released this offseason.

The Colts have Braden Smith at right tackle and Matt Pryor has been at the top of the depth chart at left tackle since Eric Fisher became a free agent. The Colts also drafted Bernhard Raimann out of Central Michigan in the third round.

3 responses to “Colts to sign Dennis Kelly

  1. They’d be a lot better off if they just resign Eric Fisher until the rookie can take over duties next year. They’d help out their young rookie tackle by redshirting him to. Heck even Duane Brown would be a better likely cheaper option. Anyways isn’t Dennis Kelly is a RT? I thought he was. If he is he’s probably going to struggle making that switch at 32YRs old.

  2. He’s generally competent, but GB drafted a couple of guys who will be better. He had a horrible playoff game vs. 49ers, and I still don’t know why the Packers moved Turner to LT for that game instead of leaving Nijman and Turner at the positions they had been playing. It’s always something.

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