The team worked out Senat, a former 2018 6th round pick of the Baltimore Ravens, this past weekend, and it looks like the team was impressed enough with what they saw. He has appeared in 10 career games—all with the Dallas Cowboys in 2020, and also was a Super Bowl LIV Champion with the Kansas City Chiefs back in 2019.
At 6’6”, 305 pounds (with 34 7/8” arms), Senat could provide the Colts additional offensive tackle depth, especially given how banged up they currently are at the bookend position.
Meanwhile, the Colts re-signed Woods—only this time to the team’s practice squad, after he was released last week from their 53-man active roster to make room for veteran backup quarterback Brett Hundley.
Having been signed this past season, the 6’1”, 310 pound ex-Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle has appeared in 1 game so far in 2021 for the Colts, recording 2 tackles (1 solo).
Woods could provide the Colts another big body along the interior defensive line, as a rotational nose tackle (1T)—should Indianapolis need it coming up with their schedule.
In another roster move, the Colts placed recently promoted backup safety Ibraheim Campbell on the team’s practice squad injured list.