A former starting Colts cornerback may be joining an AFC contender.
The Colts are reportedly attempting to close the deal on making Big Q the highest paid guard in football history.
The Colts have a top prospective free agent on each of their lines with still some time ahead of the 2023 offseason.
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As widely anticipated, the Colts will have to back up the Brinks for Big Q soon—for what will be a very lucrative deal.
The Colts are bringing in a still young and talented wideout for an extra look—albeit one with lingering off-the-field questions.
The Colts added some quality depth at the offensive tackle spot on Tuesday.
There’s more smoke connecting the Colts with veteran cornerback James Bradberry—this time as a free agent.
The Colts lost another depth piece, as a solid special teams contributor/backup linebacker signed with the Bears.
One of the Colts’ free agent rotational defensive lineman continues to make visits in free agency.
While not a star, Taylor Stallworth was a solid rotational backup for the Colts—and there’s some work to be done.
The Colts could lose more trench depth, as quality backup free agent defensive tackle Taylor Stallworth is touring Kansas City.
Perhaps a starting veteran free agent left tackle is still in the cards for the Colts—at the very least, it would be an upgrade.
One of the Colts all-time receiver greats may be drawing interest elsewhere.
Finally addressing starting quarterback, the Colts could now be turning their attention to a certain dynamic safety.
The Colts lost two productive players to free agency.
Will Justin Jones ultimately end up the ‘one that got away’?
Another former #1 overall pick could be an option for the Colts, and this time it isn’t Baker Mayfield.
The Colts will be bringing back a versatile rotational piece to the team’s defensive line.