Indianapolis Colts Free Agency
The Colts continue to kick the tires on more veteran free agent options for their backfield, including Ronald Jones.
The Colts indeed worked out a veteran running back on Tuesday, but it’s not who you may have thought.
The Colts brought in a former second round pick for an extended look, who’s regarded as a deep speed threat.
The Colts reportedly tried out a former rookie rusher who shined in the AFC South for their divisional rivals.
The Colts are still keeping tabs on Kareem Hunt’s market with the ongoing Jonathan Taylor saga.
It’s been a foregone conclusion, but Colts veteran free agent pass rusher Yannick Ngakoue is signing elsewhere.
Colts team owner Jim Irsay’s comments sparked a social media back-and-forth with Jonathan Taylor’s agent.
The Colts contract negotiations with Jonathan Taylor could continue into the season.
Colts Kenny Moore II hopes to remain in Indianapolis for the foreseeable future as a pending free agent after the year.
Recently released offensive guard Andrew Norwell could provide the Colts veteran depth and offseason competition at a positional question mark.
The Colts have added a new slot receiver to help replace Parris Campbell.
The Colts may be adding a familiar quarterback face with starting experience to help mentor a top rookie passer.
The Colts continue to pay attention to their special teams units during the early waves of free agency.
The Colts have bolstered their defensive tackle depth with the signing of a highly athletic interior pass rusher.
The Colts may have found their next starter at defensive end with the signing of the 49ers Samson Ebukam.
The Matt Ryan era in Indianapolis will officially come to an end soon with not much to remember fondly.
Gay is signed to one of the largest contracts ever given to a kicker.
One key Colts free agent linebacker will be returning to Indy after all.
The veteran cornerback returns to the Raiders.
The Colts lost a really solid young defensive starter to begin free agency.
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.