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Colts Top Fantasy Players

These are the top fantasy football players of the Indianapolis Colts as ranked by Average Draft Position (ADP) in PPR-format mock drafts.

Data as of May 25, 2024.

# Name Pos Team ADP Bye

Indianapolis Colts 2020 Schedule

Week Home/Away Opponent
1 Away Jacksonville Jaguars
2 Home Minnesota Vikings
3 Home New York Jets
4 Away Chicago Bears
5 Away Cleveland Browns
6 Home Cincinnati Bengals
8 Away Detroit Lions
9 Home Baltimore Ravens
10 Away Tennessee Titans
11 Home Green Bay Packers
12 Home Tennessee Titans
13 Away Houston Texans
14 Away Las Vegas Raiders
15 Home Houston Texans
16 Away Pittsburgh Steelers
17 Home Jacksonville Jaguars

Indianapolis Colts News

Jonathan Taylor, Jonathan Taylor Getting Valuable Reps

Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor has been getting valuable repetitions during organized team activities this week with second-year quarterback Anthony Richardson. Last year at this time, Taylor and Richardson didn't practice together in the offseason because Taylor was hurt and in a contract dispute. When he returned in Week 5, Taylor played with Richardson for two snaps before Richardson suffered a season-ending shoulder injury. Taylor missed seven games in 2023 due to ankle and thumb injuries but ended the year with season-highs in carries (30) and rushing yards (188), including a 48-yard touchdown run. The 25-year-old should be a lock for 1,000 rushing yards in 2024 if he's healthy, and his ceiling will be pretty high if Richardson remains healthy all years as well, although the dynamic QB could vulture plenty of TDs at the goal line.

Jonathan Taylor player page.

May 24, 2024 1:07 PM EST


Anthony Richardson, Anthony Richardson Won't Change His Playing Style

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson (shoulder), who suffered a severe AC joint sprain in his right shoulder in Week 5 of last year that required season-ending surgery in October, is not limited at all during organized team activities and is throwing 60-yard bombs. The 22-year-old also dismissed any notion that he needs to change his dual-threat playing style to remain available. He described his injury last year as unlucky rather than unwise. Through the first two days of OTAs, head coach Shane Steichen said Richardson has "been pretty smooth." Richardson said some days his surgically repaired shoulder feels "a little achy," but he's not worried about the occasional soreness. He said he's also more comfortable in the offense in his second year in the NFL. Richardson is a bit of an injury risk, but he has clear high-end QB1 appeal, which will make him attractive in fantasy drafts.

Anthony Richardson player page.

May 24, 2024 1:03 PM EST


Anthony Richardson, Anthony Richardson Throwing At OTAs

Indianapolis Colts second-year quarterback Anthony Richardson (shoulder) made his return to 11-on-11 action during organized team activities on Wednesday on the day he turned 22 years old. It's the first time the media got a look at him in a practice/game since last October. It looked as though Richardson didn't miss time at all with a shoulder injury that required surgery. The former first-rounder went 4-for-6 in two 11-on-11 periods, and the motion and velocity on his throws looked normal. There are some days Richardson said he feels "a little achy," but it's part of his recovery process. Unless soreness pops up, Richardson is expected to have no restrictions in offseason workouts as he heads into Year 2 in the NFL. The 22-year-old injured his throwing shoulder in just the fourth game of his rookie year in 2023, but Richardson was already showing why he has high-end QB1 upside if he can stay healthy.

Anthony Richardson player page.

May 22, 2024 9:11 PM EST


Ashton Dulin, Ashton Dulin Not Practicing On Wednesday

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Ashton Dulin (knee) did not practice on Wednesday as he works his way back from a torn ACL suffered in training camp last year. The 2019 undrafted free agent out of Malone University has had a limited role on offense during his five years with the organization, but he earned second-team All-Pro honors in 2021 for his special teams ability. Assuming he's healthy and makes the 53-man roster this year, he projects to open the season as no better than the team's No. 5 wide receiver behind Michael Pittman Jr., Adonai Mitchell, Josh Downs, and Alec Pierce. For now, he's not worth fantasy consideration in any format.

Ashton Dulin player page.

May 22, 2024 3:52 PM EST


Parris Campbell, Parris Campbell Earning Targets Early In OTAs

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Parris Campbell was a frequent target for quarterback Jalen Hurts during Wednesday's practice, according to Eagles reporter Brandon Lee Gowton. A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith have occupied the WR1 and WR2 roles over the last two seasons and will continue to do so, but Philadelphia has lacked a legitimate No. 3 wideout during Hurts' tenure. Campbell, who has missed 39 games over his first five NFL seasons due to injury, has a chance to crack the starting lineup in three-wide sets. The former Ohio State Buckeye tallied 117 receptions for 1,087 yards and 11 touchdowns in four years with the Indianapolis Colts and one season with the New York Giants. Although he's been disappointing overall, he'll get a new opportunity in Philly, and his competition for the WR3 role became easier after the retirement announcement of DeVante Parker. Campbell won't begin the season on the fantasy football radar in traditional leagues, but he could be worth a late-round pick in best ball formats.

Parris Campbell player page.

May 22, 2024 3:41 PM EST