Biggest free-agency mistakes Colts made and how to fix them in the NFL Draft

How can the Colts rectify some mistakes in just a few days?
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The Colts had a lot of potential starting cornerbacks to choose from in free agency

Indianapolis did a great job bringing back two of their own in the secondary by re-signing slot cornerback Kenny Moore and safety Julian Blackmon; two highly necessary moves. But, the Colts also would have benefited by going after one of the top cornerbacks available.

Quite frankly, they still have a pretty good option if they wanted to ink former Dallas Cowboys starter Stephon Gilmore. The former NFL Defensive Player of the Year is still available, but probably not for long.

If the Colts wanted to address the cornerback position in the draft, though, they will likely be staring at a couple of great options at pick no. 15. A few cornerbacks that are often mocked to the Colts at that spot include Iowa's Cooper DeJean, Alabama's Terrion Arnold and Toledo's Quinyon Mitchell. We've seen DeJean mocked to the Colts more often than any of them, but the other two would also give Indy a bonafide outside starter.