Free agency is just over a week away, as at 4:00 p.m. ET on March 10 the free agent frenzy officially begins. The Colts figure to be big players in free agency and make some aggressive moves to try to get over the hump and to the Super Bowl, but first we need to look at the Colts' own unrestricted free agents and whether the team should keep them around. Over the past couple of weeks, we have been taking a look at each of the Colts' unrestricted free agents and at whether or not the Colts should re-sign each of them.
With each of the articles, we had a poll allowing fans to vote on whether the team should bring back that player. We understand that these poll results don't provide a complete representation of Colts fans and we realize that they can be skewed somewhat, but for the most part, here are the results of what those who voted think the Colts should do. To no surprise, fans voted "yes" to most of the players.
Mike Adams, safety - 98% YES vote
Andy Studebaker, linebacker - 95% YES vote
Joe Reitz, offensive lineman - 94% YES vote
Sergio Brown, safety - 94% YES vote
Cory Redding, defensive end - 89% YES vote
Darius Butler, cornerback - 84% YES vote
Matt Hasselbeck, quarterback - 81% YES vote [The Colts have re-signed Matt Hasselbeck to a one-year deal.]
Colt Anderson, safety - 79% YES vote
Reggie Wayne, wide receiver - 78% YES vote
Ahmad Bradshaw, running back - 70% YES vote
Hakeem Nicks, wide receiver - 54% YES vote
Fili Moala, defensive end - 74% NO vote
Josh Gordy, cornerback - 68% NO vote
Tomorrow, we'll have our list ranking these unrestricted free agents in terms of who is most important for the Colts to re-sign, and there are some noticeable differences between our list and this list, but for the most part this should help give you an idea of what Colts fans are thinking when it comes to the Colts' own free agents.
Do you agree with these poll results?