Why the Colts' quiet free agency could change soon
One of the Colts' two big additions last season -- Eric Ebron -- came a week after free agency opened, and Clayton Geathers could be re-signed
When Will Chris Ballard Spend The Colts Cap Space? | 1070 the Fan
Even though the Colts had the NFL’s most cap space entering the 2019 offseason, Chris Ballard again showed his restraint. When will Ballard spend the Colts’ abundance of cap space?
Which Colts players are next up for contract extensions? – The Athletic
A look at what’s ahead for the Colts and some of the decisions they’ll be facing in the near future.
Is Devin Funchess Finally The Colts Answer At No. 2 Wide Receiver? | 1070 the Fan
In Devin Funchess, the Colts have a new receiver they hope can complement T.Y. Hilton. Will Funchess be able to end the recent trend of wideouts flaming out in Indy?
Who’s visiting where? Gauging the Colts and the next phase of free agency | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The tidal wave of green has passed, making a handful of players ridiculously wealthy and portending the more reasonable phase of the NFL’s veteran free agent market. This is the time Chris Ballard undoubtedly has been waiting for. Let the silliness subside.
Full text of memo from NFLPA to agents regarding March 11 meeting – ProFootballTalk
[Editor's note: Throughout the past six days, I've had multiple conversations and other communications regarding a meeting that occurred on Monday, March 11 between a group of agents and a group of players, in conjunction with the NFLPA's annual meeting.
If this doesn't break the internet, this place is officially indestructible— Charlie Clifford (@cliffWISH8) March 18, 2019
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