The Colts confirmed the signing of another experienced superstar…

The Indianapolis Colts have secured the services of another seasoned player for their offensive line, announcing a contract extension for center Jack Anderson. While the franchise tagged Michael Pittman Jr. earlier, retaining him for the 2024 season, Anderson’s extension adds depth to a unit that performed well in 2023.

Despite not being as high-profile as some other players, Anderson’s experience and versatility make him a valuable asset, capable of filling in effectively when needed. Having played for various teams including the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants, Anderson’s presence on the roster underscores his value to other NFL squads as well.

Having appeared in 15 games since 2021, Anderson’s ability to play both guard and center positions adds flexibility to the Colts’ offensive line, crucial for a team that faced challenges when starters were sidelined. With quarterback Anthony Richardson returning from shoulder surgery, maintaining a solid group of veterans to protect him is a priority.

Anderson, originally a seventh-round pick, is currently positioned behind Pro Bowler Ryan Kelly and backup Wesley French on the depth chart. As the team continues to evaluate its roster following the combine and prepares for the upcoming draft, further moves can be expected in the coming weeks.

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