The Colts have bolstered their practice squad’s offensive tackle depth with a veteran big body—who has prior starting experience.
The towering 6’8”, 325 pound offensive tackle has appeared in 93 career games, making 17 total starts. He last started a game for the Buffalo Bills during the 2019 regular season.
As Erickson notes, he spent the 2012 offseason with the Indianapolis Colts before being released as part of final cuts before the season started.
The Colts continue to shuffle their starting offensive line in order to find a workable solution.
While Nsekhe projects to be more of a veteran depth piece, as fellow veteran Dennis Kelly would likely get any nod at offensive tackle first (*for a struggling Matt Pryor), it’s possible he could play a key role on the active 53-man roster if injuries occur down the road.