The Indianapolis Colts will report to training camp on July 26 with their 90-man roster, which will be cut down to 53 players by the end of the preseason. To pass the time until camp, we’re taking a look at every player on the Colts’ 90-man roster. Today, we’re looking at guard Adam Redmond.
Who is he?
Adam Redmond was signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent this offseason out of Harvard, where he played in 31 career games. He played all over the line, starting at left tackle as a sophomore and junior and then starting at center as a senior. During his senior season in 2015, he was named a first-team All-Ivy League selection. Redmond told Oho.com during the draft process that teams viewed him as either a guard or a center, and he’s listed as a guard on the Colts roster.
What is his role?
Redmond is very much an unknown player, as there wasn’t much hype at all surrounding him coming out of college or during the draft process, and there similarly wasn’t much hype when the Colts signed him as an undrafted free agent. With the additions of Ryan Kelly, Le’Raven Clark, Joe Haeg, and Austin Blythe in the Draft, it makes sense why someone like Redmond would seem to be a long shot to make the roster, and indeed his chances do seem slim. The Colts are always looking for players up front who impress and who can be developmental guys, but it will take a tremendous performance for Redmond to stick around.
What are his chances?
He’s a long shot to make the roster.