The Indianapolis Colts open training camp on July 28 in Indianapolis. The Colts are coming off a disappointing 7-9 season, including 2-7 over their final nine games. To turn things around, the Colts are turning to 38-year-old Philip Rivers, who comes over after 16 seasons with the Chargers. He takes the starting QB reins from last year's starter, Jacoby Brissett. But the position group facing the biggest change is the secondary, which will have several new faces including veteran cornerback Xavier Rhodes. Here is a 53-man roster projection.
The Colts have plenty of experience at quarterback, as Rivers and Brissett have combined for 256 career starts. Even with Rivers' 23 turnovers, including 20 interceptions, which were the third-most in the NFL last season, he is an upgrade over the more conservative Brissett.