The Indianapolis Colts have signed offensive linemen, Dennis Kelly, who once played with the divisional rival Tennessee Titans. Prior to the NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts hosted Dennis Kelly on a free agency visit. In the Draft, Indy selected Bernhard Raimann but there was still a need for more depth along the offensive line.
According to his former Tennessee Titans teammate Taylor Lewan, veteran free agent offensive tackle Dennis Kelly is signing with the Indianapolis Colts (which has since been confirmed):. Originally a 2012 5th round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles, the former Purdue standout has appeared in 114 games, making 51 career starts—including...
The Indianapolis Colts have signed veteran OT Dennis Kelly, per a former teammate, Titans LT Taylor Lewan. Kelly adds some more depth for Indianapolis at offensive tackle. Kelly, 32, is a former fifth-round pick of the Eagles back in 2012. He was entering the final year of his contract when the Eagles signed him to a one-year, $880,000 extension through 2017.
Kelly, 32, began his career with the Eagles, starting 15 of 30 games played in Philadelphia. His longest NFL stint came with the Titans, though, after they traded for him in 2016. As the team’s swing tackle throughout his first year in Nashville, he played just 145 snaps, but showed enough during that time to sign a three-year extension.
Not long after visiting the Colts, Dennis Kelly has decided to join the team. Indianapolis has agreed to terms with the veteran tackle (Twitter link via Joel A. Erickson of the Indianapolis Star). Kelly, 32, began his career with the Eagles, starting 15 of 30 games played in Philadelphia. His...
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts continued to address their offensive line by signing veteran tackle Dennis Kelly, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The former Purdue Boilermaker adds immediate experience to the position. Kelly, 32, has appeared in 114 games, including 51 starts, during a nine-year...
Colts Sign T Dennis Kelly; Release LB Malik Jefferson, T Shon Coleman; Waive TE Farrod Green, TE Eli Wolf
The Colts on Tuesday signed veteran offensive tackle Dennis Kelly. The 6-foot-8, 321 pound Kelly is entering his 11th year in the NFL after spending time with the Philadelphia Eagles (2012-2015), Tennessee Titans (2016-2020) and Green Bay Packers (2021). Kelly has played in 114 regular season games with 51 starts; he's also appeared in eight playoff games with two starts.
INDIANAPOLIS — The news first came from a former teammate. Tennessee left tackle Taylor Lewan is on the level. The Colts are signing veteran swing tackle Dennis Kelly, a source confirmed to IndyStar on Tuesday, adding experienced depth to an offensive line that lost a lot of veteran savvy in the offseason.
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The Colts signed Kelly on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Kelly started four games for the Packers in 2021, including Green Bay's playoff loss to the 49ers. The veteran figures to provide valuable depth along the Colts' dominant offensive line during the 2022 campaign.
The Indianapolis Colts are exploring all options to build offensive line depth as they prepare for the 2022 NFL Draft. Entering the NFL Draft, one of the needs for the Indianapolis Colts is the left tackle position. Currently, Matt Pryor is expected to be the starter, but even if he excels, Indy still needs depth.
According to ESPN’s Field Yates, former Green Bay Packers offensive tackle Dennis Kelly visited the Colts on Tuesday as a free agent:. Originally a 2012 5th round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles out of Purdue, the 6’8”, 321 pound veteran offensive tackle has made 51 career starts—including 32 such starts with the Tennessee Titans from 2016-20.
The Colts will enter the draft without two starters from their 2021 offensive line. Mark Glowinski signed with the Giants and Eric Fisher remains in free agency — with no signs of an Indianapolis return having emerged. Two days ahead of the event, the Colts looked into a veteran...
Dennis Kelly has a long history with two-year colleges ranging from attending one as a student years ago to his work today in heading an enrollment management staff that actively recruits transfer students to continue their education at Wilmington College. The international education honor society, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), recognized...
GREEN BAY - Two Green Bay Packers starters who were placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday were back on the 53-man roster Tuesday. The club announced that safety Darnell Savage and tackle Dennis Kelly had been activated off the COVID-19 list along with defensive end Kingsley Keke and rookie wide receiver Amari Rodgers.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WSAW) - The Packers made more additions to the reserve/COVID-19 list, placing safety Darnell Savage and offensive tackle Dennis Kelly on the list. In addition to the two moves, the Packers also placed wide receiver and fill-in punt returner David Moore on the practice squad reserve/COVID-19 list while activating Chauncey Rivers.