The Colts continue to erase their forgettable draft classes of the past several years. The latest departure? Henry Anderson.
While he was an adequate player - that's more than can be said about many of Ryan Grigson's defensive draft picks - Anderson battled constant injuries, missing 7, 5, and 7 games in each of his three seasons (2015-17) and was not seen as a good fit in the Colts' new 4-3 scheme. All in all, Anderson contributed three sacks and 43 tackles in 29 games (19 starts).