Below is a roster breakdown of the Colts current 75-man roster. Over the next four days, this roster will be trimmed to a final 53-man group
Quarterbacks (3): Chandler Harnish, Andrew Luck, Drew Stanton
Running Backs (6): Vick Ballard, Donald Brown, Delone Carter, Darren Evans, Deji Karim, Mewelde Moore
Wide Receiver (10): Kris Adams, Donnie Avery, LaVon Brazill, Austin Collie, Jarred Fayson, T.Y. Hilton, Jeremy Ross, Jabin Sambrano, Reggie Wayne, Griff Whalen
Tight End (5): Dwayne Allen, Coby Fleener, Dominique Jones, Kyle Miller, Andre Smith
Offensive Line (16): Justin Anderson, Steven Baker, Anthony Castonzo, George Foster, Hayworth Hicks, Ben Ijalana, Winston Justice, Jeff Linkenbach, Mike McGlynn, Ty Nsekhe, Seth Olsen, Joe Reitz, Samson Satele, A.Q. Shipley, Zane Taylor, Mike Tepper
Defensive Line (10): James Aiono, Chigbo Anunoby, Josh Chapman, Antonio Johnson, Ricardo Matthews, Brandon McKinney, Fili Moala, Drake Nevis, Cory Redding, Jason Shirley
Linebackers (15): Mario Addison, Pat Angerer, Jerry Brown, Kavell Conner, A.J. Edds, Moise Fokou, Jerrell Freeman, Dwight Freeney, Tim Fugger, Mario Harvey, Justin Hickman, Jerry Hughes, Greg Llyod, Scott Lutrus, Robert Mathis
Cornerbacks (8): Vontae Davis, Josh Gordy, D.J. Johnson, Brandon King, Justin King, Korey Lindsey, Jerraud Powers, Cassius Vaughn
Safeties (6): Antoine Bethea, Jermale Hines, Joe Lefeged, Mike Newton, Latarrius Thomas, Tom Zbikowski
Specialists (4): Pat McAfee, Matt Overton, Justin Snow, Adam Vinatieri
Italicized =Injured Reserve
Underlined= Physically Unable to Perform
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With a pair of rookies in his position group, quarterback Drew Stanton is often known as the ‘father’ of the quarterback trio.
That name took on its actual meaning late Saturday evening as his wife, Kristin, and him welcomed Asher Harrison Stanton into the world.
The new baby boy was born at 10:24 p.m. in Carmel and thanks to some last minute planning, Stanton was able to be there.
Stanton made the trip to Washington D.C. on Friday afternoon with his teammates but once he got word that Kristin was going into labor, plans were made to send the Colts quarterback back home.
“(Clyde Christensen and Chuck Pagano) were unbelievable,” Stanton said. “Throughout the whole process, coach Pagano and Clyde were texting me, throughout the entire day even when they landed knowing he was just born. It was an unbelievable day. A little chaotic for me to get home, but nonetheless it was indescribable.”
During the day on Saturday, Stanton and his wife spent the afternoon taking in the Colts preseason game from the hospital.
Having been in Washington D.C. just hours earlier, Stanton admitted it was a little unusual watching his teammates play from home.
“We watched the game from the hospital, which was kind of a unique situation, knowing everything that was going on and what we were doing and following that way.”
Colts team chaplain Eric Simpson spent some time with the Stanton family on Sunday and Drew is extremely thankful that his wife and the newest member of his family are both in good health.
“It’s a blessing. I had a lot of support and a lot of prayers going in our direction. My wife was healthy through the entire process so I’m happy for that, my son as well,” Stanton said.
“Now I’m here at work, focused on that and getting ready. I’m glad (Asher) came when he did because it would have been a much more difficult decision had we been in Chicago.”
Tags: chuck pagano, Clyde Christensen, drew stanton
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