2018 Indianapolis Colts Roster

National Football League (NFL)
Team Record: 10-6
Finishing 2nd in the NFL's South Division of the American Football Conference
Lost Division Playoff
Coach: Frank Reich (10-6)
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
2018 Indianapolis Colts Statistics
2018 Indianapolis Colts Results

The Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League ended the 2018 season with a record of 10 wins and 6 losses, finishing second in the NFL's South Division of the American Football Conference.

Indianapolis piled up points with 433 points, while the defense surrendered 344. Andrew Luck led the charge, slinging for 4,593 yards. T.Y. Hilton topped all receivers, grabbing 76 passes for 1,270 yards, while Eric Ebron and Nyheim Hines were targeted regularly also.

Marlon Mack carried the ball for a team-leading 908 yards for the Colts.

Kenny Moore picked off 3 opponent throws. Denico Autry blasted opposing passers 9 times.

Frank Reich coached the team. The 2018 Indianapolis Colts lost in the Division Playoff.

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# Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown GP GS
49Matthew AdamsDBDecember 12, 19956'0"230HoustonMissouri City, TX 165
81Mo Alie-CoxTESeptember 19, 19936'5"267VCUMiddleburg, VA 91
63Josh AndrewsGJune 21, 19916'3"304Oregon State30
96Denico AutryRDTJuly 15, 19906'5"273Mississippi St.Albemarle, NC 1211
58Tarell BashamDEMarch 18, 19946'4"269OhioRocky Mount, VA 10
67Evan BoehmCAugust 19, 19936'3"310MissouriLee's Summit, MO 114
7Jacoby BrissettQBDecember 11, 19926'4"231FloridaWest Palm Beach, FL 40
74Anthony CastonzoLTAugust 9, 19886'7"311Boston CollegeDes Plaines, IL 1111
62Le'Raven ClarkOTApril 22, 19936'6"312Texas TechBryan, TX 124
35Pierre DesirRCBSeptember 8, 19906'1"198Lindenwood1612
84Jack DoyleTEMay 5, 19906'5"254West. Kentucky66
85Eric EbronTEApril 10, 19936'4"250North Carolina168
41Matthias FarleyDBJuly 15, 19925'11"21051
10Daurice FountainWRDecember 22, 19956'2"210Northern IowaMadison, WI 10
44Zaire FranklinLBJuly 2, 19966'0"238SyracusePhiladelphia, PA 162
26Clayton GeathersSSJune 1, 19926'1"212Central Florida1212
64Mark GlowinskiRGMay 3, 19926'5"310West Virginia119
71Denzell GoodeOTMarch 8, 19916'7"320Mars Hill21
52Najee GoodeILBJune 4, 19896'0"244West VirginiaCleveland, OH 160
11Ryan GrantWRDecember 19, 19906'0"199Tulane1410
73Joe HaegTMarch 11, 19936'6"304North Dakota St.Brainerd, MN 86
27Nate HairstonRCBJune 30, 19946'0"196TempleWashington, DC 137
45Ryan HewittFBJanuary 24, 19916'4"246Stanford122
13T.Y. HiltonWRNovember 14, 19895'10"183Florida InternationalMiami, FL 1414
21Nyheim HinesRBNovember 12, 19965'9"198North Carolina St.Garner, NC 164
29Malik HookerFSApril 2, 19966'1"206Ohio St.New Castle, PA 1414
92Margus HuntRDEJuly 14, 19876'8"277SMU1515
15Dontrelle InmanWRJanuary 31, 19896'3"198VirginiaCharleston, SC 94
16Marcus JohnsonWRAugust 5, 19946'1"204TexasLeague City, TX 50
78Ryan KellyCMay 30, 19936'4"311AlabamaWest Chester, OH 1212
53Darius LeonardLLBJuly 27, 19956'2"234South Carolina St.Nichols, SC 1515
94Tyquan LewisLDEJanuary 30, 19956'3"269Ohio St.Tarboro, NC 86
12Andrew LuckQBSeptember 12, 19896'4"234StanfordWashington, DC 1616
25Marlon MackRBMarch 7, 19965'11"213South FloridaSarasota, FL 1210
32Arthur MauletCBJuly 13, 19935'10"189MemphisNew Orleans, LA 51
34Jeremy McNicholsRBDecember 26, 19955'9"214Boise St.Long Beach, CA 10
38Christine MichaelRBNovember 9, 19905'10"220Texas A&M10
28Christopher MiltonCBSeptember 15, 19925'11"190150
34Michael MitchellDBJune 10, 19876'1"216OhioFort Thomas, KY USA84
36Corey MooreSJanuary 28, 19936'2"206GeorgiaGriffin, GA USA150
23Kenny MooreLCBAugust 23, 19955'9"179Valdosta St.Valdosta, GA 1515
55Skai MooreOLBJanuary 8, 19956'2"230South CarolinaCooper City, FL 91
97Al-Quadin MuhammadDEMarch 28, 19956'3"253Miami (FL)Irvington, NJ 154
56Quenton NelsonLGMarch 19, 19966'5"330Notre DameHolmdel, NJ 1616
30George OdumSNovember 3, 19936'1"200Central ArkansasMillington, TN 162
14Zach PascalWRDecember 18, 19946'2"219Upper Marlboro, MD 164
59Carroll PhillipsOLBSeptember 2, 19926'3"242IllinoisMiami, FL 60
37Lenzy PipkinsCBNovember 7, 19936'0"196Oklahoma St.Arlington, TX 11
46Luke RhodesLBDecember 2, 19926'2"242160
91Hassan RidgewayDTNovember 2, 19946'3"317TexasMansfield, TX 50
80Chester RogersWRJanuary 12, 19946'1"1801610
2Rigoberto SanchezKSeptember 8, 19946'0"193HawaiiChico, CA 160
93Jabaal SheardLDEMay 10, 19896'3"264PittsburghFort Lauderdale, FL 1616
68Matt SlausonRGFebruary 18, 19866'5"316NebraskaSweet Home, OR 55
72Braden SmithRTMarch 25, 19966'6"315AuburnOlathe, KS 1513
90Grover StewartDTOctober 20, 19936'5"295Albany State (GA)Camilla, GA 151
86Erik SwoopeTEMay 8, 19926'5"246Miami-Florida72
54Ahmad ThomasLBDecember 15, 19946'0"220OklahomaMiami, FL 21
57Kemoko TurayOLBJuly 11, 19956'5"253RutgersNewark, NJ 143
33Robert TurbinRBDecember 2, 19895'10"222Utah St.Oakland, CA 20
4Adam VinatieriKDecember 28, 19726'0"202South Dakota St.Yankton, SD USA160
50Anthony WalkerMLBAugust 8, 19956'1"242NorthwesternMiami, FL 1514
51Jihad WardDEMarch 11, 19946'5"296IllinoisPhiladelphia, PA 60
61J'Marcus WebbTAugust 8, 19886'7"335North TexasFort Worth, TX USA11
37J.J. WilcoxSFebruary 14, 19916'0"219Georgia Southern20
20Jordan WilkinsRBJuly 18, 19946'1"216MississippiCordova, TN 163
31Quincy WilsonDBAugust 16, 19966'1"211FloridaFort Lauderdale, FL 135
99Al WoodsLDTMarch 25, 19876'4"311LSUJennings, LA USA148



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