Top five free agents the Colts should go after
Landon Collins was someone the Colts should’ve drafted when he came out of Alabama back in 2015. Since then, he has played really well in spots. He made first team All-Pro in 2016 after having 125 tackles and 5 interceptions. That was a really good year for him.
Since then though, his production has slipped a little bit. He has struggled with drops that could have turned into interceptions. His tackles have also slipped every year since then. Injuries have also taken a toll on him, as he has missed 4 games in the last two years.
Collins would fit in well with the Colts. They need a guy who can come in and help with stopping the run on the back end and can stay healthy. They might be looking to move on from Clayton Geathers, so Collins would be a good replacement.
Collins could be a little pricy depending on his market. His down year in 2018 drives his price down a little bit, which is good for the Colts. He would get at least a 3 or 4 year deal though at around $12 million a year.
The next guy on the list could help the offense be more effective next year.