Thomas Butler-Guerrero is a sports journalist for The Herald Bulletin, covering Indiana sports surrounding Madison County. He joined the Stampede Blue writing staff to provide in-depth analysis for the Indianapolis Colts. Thomas served in the US Army reserves after high school and graduated from Illinois Media School in Chicago, IL and Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis.
"It’s great being back at the crib," Booker said. "It’s a full circle moment. I am just happy to be able to put on for Indianapolis."
"I think just the effort and the motor," Fiske said. "I think it is something that carries on no matter what level of football you play at."
Colts GM Chris Ballard addresses Anthony Richardson, salary cap and free agency at the NFL Scouting Combine
"I think we went over 2,718 players," Colts general manager Chris Ballard said Wednesday during his media press conference at the Indiana Convention Center.
The Indianapolis Colts have the sixth-most available cap space at $72.3 million, according to OverTheCap.
All four players are homegrown and Chris Ballard has consistently preached to reward in-house players who have developed in Indianapolis with long-term contracts.
NFL teams can begin negotiating with upcoming free agents at noon (ET) on March 11 and free agency officially begins at 4 p.m. (ET) on March 13.
With the fifth-most cap space, Indianapolis must add more weapons to its arsenal through the upcoming free agency and April’s NFL Draft to complement and further develop its franchise quarterback.
Freeney will be enshrined in Canton with a gold jacket and a copper bust in August to solidify his name among the premier pass rushers in league history.
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As the demand for a premier pass rusher who is athletic enough to spy the quarterback ascends to a necessity for most teams, Turner can be the first piece to salvage the defense in Indianapolis.