Offensive Lineman Matt Slauson
Chris Ballard brought up the fans’ reaction once again in his comments regarding the addition of Matt Slauson. The Colts needed to upgrade their offensive line to keep Andrew Luck upright in 2018, and Ballard believes they’ve solidified that unit a bit by signing Slauson.
"“We want our fans to know that we’re serious. Signing Matt Slauson was a good one for us. He’s a 32-year old. And his presence and what he’s going to bring to the O-line room, I don’t think you can put a price on. He’s the ultimate pro and he’s going to bring a level of toughness to that room that I think is going to be really good for everybody in it,” said Ballard."
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This was not the free agent class that Colts fans were hoping to see this offseason, but Reich and Ballard’s analysis of these new players should make the fanbase a bit happier with what they managed to acquire.