Colts Free Agency 2023: Arrivals, departures, and rumors from legal tampering period

Mar 1, 2023; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard speaks to the
Mar 1, 2023; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard speaks to the / Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
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Feb 12, 2023; Glendale, Arizona, US; Philadelphia Eagles guard Isaac Seumalo (56) against the Kansas / Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Colts free agency rumors - Tampering period

• Indy could be trading more veterans

Stephon Gilmore and Matt Ryan may not be the only veterans that the Colts are moving on from. Prior to the Gilmore trade, it was reported that Indianapolis was considering moving several veteran starters. The two starters that were named were center Ryan Kelly and tight end Mo Alie-Cox. However, it’s expected that Indy is willing to part ways with more than just those two guys and that was demonstrated in the Gilmore trade.

While Ryan Kelly makes sense because of his contract, and Mo Alie-Cox makes sense because of the emergence of the young tight ends on the Colts, another name to watch is Kenny Moore. Moore is entering the final season of his contract and has a cap hit a little over $8 million. If Indy doesn’t plan on keeping Moore long term, Indianapolis could move Moore to a team that needs help in their secondary and that would allow the Colts to recoup something while also clearing cap space.

• Colts are being linked to Eagles guard Isaac Seumalo

Offensive line was the biggest issue for Indianapolis last season and that’s why the team is being linked to one of the top available interior offensive linemen. Philadelphia Eagles right guard, Isaac Seumalo, is one of the best available guards and a perfect fit in Indianapolis. His former offensive coordinator, Shane Steichen, is now the head coach of the Colts, and a right guard is exactly what Indy needs.

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