In addition to signing two players to the practice squad and releasing three others, the Colts also sign wide receiver Juwann Winfree and reinstate guard Jack Anderson to the roster.

In addition to signing two players to the practice squad and releasing three others, the Colts also sign wide receiver Juwann Winfree and reinstate guard Jack Anderson to the roster.

On Tuesday, the Colts made the roster adjustments.

The Indianapolis Colts have today added wide receiver Juwann Winfree to their roster as a free agent.
Along with adding running back Zavier Scott and wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland to the practice squad, the team also reinstated center Jack Anderson.
Racey McMath, Anthony Miller, and Dakoda Shepley, a guard, were all released by the team from the practice squad.

 

Winfree, a free agent who originally signed with Indianapolis on May 9, 2023, is 6-1 and 210 pounds.
This season, he has seen time on both the team’s active roster and practice squad.
In his 18 career games with the Colts (2023), Green Bay Packers (2020-22), and Denver Broncos (2019), he has appeared in 18, recording nine receptions for 75 yards (8.3 points per catch on average).
). Winfree has additionally participated in one postseason game.

 

On September 12, 2023, Anderson, 6-4, 314 lbs., was initially signed to the team’s practice squad. He took part in training camp and the offseason program for the New York Giants in 2023.
In his time with the Colts (2023), Giants (2022-23), Philadelphia Eagles (2021-22), and Buffalo Bills (2021), Anderson has participated in 14 games (three starts). He was originally chosen by the Bills from Texas Tech in the seventh round (236th overall) of the 2021 NFL Draft.

 

Cleveland, 6-2 and 205 pounds, took part in the Philadelphia Eagles’ training camp and offseason program in 2023.
In 23 games over the course of his career, he has appeared for the Eagles (2023) and Denver Broncos (2020–2022), totaling eight receptions for 91 yards (averaging 11 points per catch).
). 12 kickoff returns for 252 yards (an average of 21 points) have also been recorded by Cleveland.
).

 

Scott, 6-1 and 219 pounds, participated in the Colts’ offseason program and training camp for the lion’s share of the time.
On May 5, 2023, Indianapolis first signed him as an undrafted free agent. Scott played 24 collegiate games (17 starts) for Maine (2020–2022), totaling 60 receptions for 649 yards and two touchdowns and 75 carries for 494 yards (6 point 6 avg.).
(6 touchdowns) and a.
Additionally, he made six kickoff returns for 129 yards (averaging 21 points per return).
).

 

McMath, who is 6-3 and 217 pounds, has spent some time this season on the team’s practice squad.
On August 31, 2023, he was added to the Colts practice squad. McMath took part in the offseason program and training camp for the Tennessee Titans in 2023. He participated in 14 games with the Titans over the course of the previous two seasons (2021–2022), recording four receptions for 48 yards, one carry for four yards, and seven special teams tackles.
McMath also participated in one postseason game. He was originally chosen by Tennessee in the sixth round (205th overall) of the 2021 NFL Draft out of LSU.

 

Miller, who weighs 199 pounds and stands 5-11, has spent some time this season on the Colts’ practice squad.
On October 11, 2023, the team added him to the practice squad.
With the Colts (2023), San Francisco 49ers (2023), Pittsburgh Steelers (2021-22), Houston Texans (2021), and Chicago Bears (2018–20), Miller has participated in 50 games in his career, 18 of which he has started, and has 140 receptions for 1,589 yards (an average of 11 points per catch).
(12 touchdowns) and a.
Additionally, he has recorded nine carries for 37 yards (4.0 average).
), eight kickoff returns for 183 yards (22.09 points per return on average).
), five punt returns for 55 yards (11 point avg.
three special teams tackles, one completion for eight yards, and one touchdown. Miller has two postseason games in which he has participated (one start), totaling five receptions for 56 yards (11 point two average).
) and a two-yard carry on one attempt (2 point 0 average.
). He was originally chosen by the Bears from Memphis in the second round (51st overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft.

 

This season, 6-5, 290-pound Shepley has been a member of the team’s practice squad. He was originally claimed by the team off waivers (from Dallas) on January 1, 2023, and he took part in the Colts’ 2023 offseason program and training camp.
In his time with the Colts (2023), Cowboys (2022), Seattle Seahawks (2021–2022), San Francisco 49ers (2020–2020), and New York Jets (2018), Shepley has participated in 13 games in his career.
In the Canadian Football League, he played all of the 2019 season for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, starting 14 of those games.

 

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