3 free agents the Colts can still sign to address their post-draft needs

Dec 8, 2019; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters (24) reacts to his
Dec 8, 2019; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters (24) reacts to his / Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
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After addressing several needs in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts can address their remaining needs with veteran free agents.

The Indianapolis Colts have made some major moves in the draft, especially at quarterback with No. 4 pick Anthony Richardson. However, this team is still one that needs help throughout the roster, and if this team wants to help develop its young talent, they will need some veteran help.

Depth is also crucial if this team has aspirations to be competitive in the coming season, both the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans are weak, and finally winning in Jacksonville could put this team on a path to winning the division.

But if that is indeed the path, then moves will have to be made in the coming weeks while some free agents are still available to help this team perform. So who should Indianapolis sign?

3. Colts can sign wide receiver Jarvis Landry

Receiver is one of the first positions that come to mind, and adding in a veteran guy who can add depth is a move the Colts need to make. This team did sign Isaiah Mckenzie, and Alec Pierce is expected to take a big leap, but they still need another weapon for a developing quarterback.

Money could be an issue when it comes to Jarvis Landry, but if they can go out and get him for a bit cheaper, then adding him should be a no brainer. He is on the backend of his career, and dealt with injury this past season, but when healthy he is a dynamic weapon for an offense.

Just adding that extra weapon, that extra guy that can go up and snag passes can change the whole philosophy of an offense, and with Landry's ability, Richardson would enjoy having him along for the ride.