In keeping with GM Chris Ballard’s mantra of constantly churning to find the best available talent, the Colts have made a move on their practice squad this morning. They have signed guard Zack Golditch to the practice squad and released guard Sean Harlow from it.
As we have seen with this team, a practice squad signing certainly isn’t meaningless. Given the rash of injuries they have suffered, many of those players have spent at least some amount of time on the active roster, and the guard position is pretty high in terms of need.
Golditch is 6’5” 295lbs, and signed with the Chargers originally as an undrafted free agent this season. He participated in their offseason program but was cut in September, and immediately signed to the 49ers practice squad. He was released from the 49ers practice squad 2 days ago, and the Colts decided he made sense to add to theirs. Golditch has some position versatility, having played both guard and tackle in his time at Colorado State University.
Sean Harlow was signed to the Colts practice squad back in early September after being a part of the Falcons’ offseason program and being waived at final cuts. He was on the Falcons active roster the prior season but did not play. Harlow was a 4th round draft pick of the Falcons back in 2017.