The Colts have cut ties with starting right tackle Gosder Cherilus, releasing him before the start of the teams’ training camp.
The 31-year-old started 29 games the last two seasons, including two playoff games in 2013.
Last season he was slowed down by injuries, and had to have offseason knee surgery after going on IR in December.
Second-year guard Jack Mewhort appears to be the front runner as the teams new tackle heading into camp. He took Cherilus’ spot during offseason workouts.
Cherilus spent his first five NFL seasons with Detroit.