With Kendall Langford's release yesterday, Frank Gore is the last remaining member of the Colts' heralded (at the time) 2015 free agency class. Here's a look back on a group that was unable to push Indianapolis over the top...

Kendall Langford (4 years, $17.2M): Played well before getting hurt last season – had made 135 consecutive starts before being placed on IR. Only $2.5M of the total contract was guaranteed, and the Colts saved $4M by releasing him.

Frank Gore (3 years, $12M): Gore has made this contract look like a bargain, as he’s rushed for just under 2,000 yards and 10 TD in starting all 32 games the last two seasons.

Andre Johnson (3 years, $21M): set career-lows for a full season with just 41 catches and 533 yards. Released after one season.

Trent Cole (2 years, $16M): after 85 ½ career sacks in Philadelphia, Cole netted only five in 21 games as a Colt. He took a pay cut before last season and ultimately made about $11 million in his two seasons in Indy.

Nate Irving (3 years, $7.25M): made a grand total of eleven tackles in eight games (2 starts) before being placed on IR. Was surprisingly cut before last season in September.

Todd Herremans (1 year, $3.5M): made two disastrous starts during the Colts’ 0-2 start and never saw the field again. Was a healthy scratch for most of the rest of the season, and cut in December. Has not appeared in an NFL game since.