6 free agent moves in the AFC South that Colts fans can laugh at

Because what's better than being petty about your division rivals?
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2. Signing LB Trevis Gipson

This is probably more of a light chuckle than a full laugh, but the idea that Gipson is going to even be a reliable depth piece, at this point, feels far-fetched. After one good year with the Bears, Gipson's production fell off a map, and the 24-year old is now on his third team in five years.

The Jaguars have plenty of pass rushers as it is, so the move feels a little redundant given how that position already stacks up for them. And plus, if they were going to stash and develop a guy, wouldn't it make sense to do so with someone who doesn't very clearly already have a limited ceiling?

Houston Texans

1. Signing LB Azeez Al-Shaair to a three-year, $34 million deal

Al-Shaair is a fine player – he's had a couple of productive seasons during tenures in both San Francisco and Tennessee – but is a $34 million player? He's only gone over 100 tackles twice, and doesn't have more than two sacks in any season.

He's good against the run, but his PFF grades in both pass-rushing and coverage show a player with a limited skillset getting paid like top-level guy. It's not a new concept, but the signing feels an awful like Texans head coach DeMeco Ryans had to go get his guy after the two spent a bunch of time together with the 49ers.

2. Signing CB Jeff Okudah to a one-year, $4.75 million deal.

Okudah's a great example of the type of leeway you get when you were once a Top-5 overall pick. Now also on his third team in five years, he's been either injured or ineffective his entire career. He has two career interceptions, has only finished a season with more than 50 tackles once, and has yet to play in a full 17-game season.

Last year, in 13 games with the Falcons (nine starts), he finished as PFF's 113th-ranked cornerback. It's not like teams are going to throw at Derek Stingley Jr., so that's a ton of responsibility for a corner who's never really proved that he can handle it.