The Indianapolis Colts might just have the best offensive line in football with the building blocks of Ryan Kelly and Quenton Nelson in the interior. But the Colts’ stellar unit is getting some extra depth, possibly soon.
Per Coach Reich, T/G Joe Haeg is returning to practice and could be activated off IR. https://t.co/FXJbPjfVLG— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) November 14, 2018
The Colts today announced that they have designated offensive lineman Joe Haeg as their final player to return from injured reserve to the practice field, giving the versatile lineman the green light to return to the practice field.
With Haeg returning to the practice field, the Colts have a 21-day period in which the team could decide to move Haeg to the active roster or revert him to IR for the rest of the season. Haeg was placed on IR at the end of September after suffering an ankle injury in the Colts’ Week 3 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Haeg was the Colts’ starting right tackle for the first three weeks.
In addition to the news on Haeg, the Colts announced they have added tackle Rees Odhiambo to the practice squad. Odhiambo was originally signed to the Colts practice squad on September 24. He has played in 15 career games, amounting seven starts in the process.