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Colts Free Agency: Recapping the Signings, Cuts, and Remaining Free Agents After One Week

Free agency officially began a week ago, so let's recap the signings, cuts, and remaining free agents for the Colts after one week.

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It might be hard to believe, but one week ago today NFL free agency officially began.  The new league year was ushered in at 4:00 p.m. ET and from there everything became crazy, with a number of big trades and free agent signings happening.

The Colts were certainly a big part of that, and they made a number of moves in the first week of free agency.  We'll take a look back at those free agent moves they've made so far in free agency, the cuts they made, the remaining Colts free agents, and then a quick look at where they might go from here.

Colts' Signings:

Signings from Other Teams:

Andre Johnson, WR

Frank Gore, RB

Trent Cole, Pass Rusher

Kendall Langford, DL

Todd Herremans, OL

Earl Okine, DL


Mike Adams, S

Colt Anderson, S

Joe Reitz, OL

Cam Johnson, OLB

Darius Butler, CB

Matt Overton, LS

Matt Hasselbeck, QB

Colts' Cuts

Trent Richardson, RB

Michael Hill, RB

Ricky Jean Francois, DL (Signed with Redskins)

Shaun Phillips, OLB

LaRon Landry, S

Xavier Nixon, OL

Andrew Jackson, LB

Colts' Free Agents

Darius Butler, CB (Re-Signed with Colts)

Mike Adams, S (Re-Signed with Colts)

Cory Redding, DL (Signed with Cardinals)

Sergio Brown, S (Signed with Jaguars)

Joe Reitz, OL (Re-Signed with Colts)

Andy Studebaker, LB

Hakeem Nicks, WR

Ahmad Bradshaw, RB

Reggie Wayne, WR

Colt Anderson, S (Re-Signed with Colts)

Fili Moala, DL

Josh Gordy, CB

A.Q. Shipley, C (Signed with Cardinals)

What Next?

According to the NFLPA's most recent public salary cap report, the Indianapolis Colts have $8,513,538 remaining in cap space.  They still have room for another free agent move or two, but they'll likely take it slow and let the market continue to play out.  For the most part, the Colts' big free agent moves are likely done, but don't confuse that as the Colts being done constructing their roster, because they still have work to do.