Kenny Golladay, WR
Indianapolis has had their fair share of injury issues, and specifically at wide receiver. Signing another veteran, going into training camp, should be a priority. Kenny Golladay has that ideal, outside frame with the ability to run excellent routes and come up with the occasional big play.
The problem for Golladay, though, has been exactly what the Colts are trying to avoid: injuries. Since leaving the Lions for the New York Giants, Golladay hasn't been totally healthy and has seen his production fall off greatly.
Is signing Golladay a risk? Sure, it's definitely a risk because of his injury history and how far he fell off after leaving Detroit. But, at this stage in free agency and in his career, Golladay would most certainly come cheap. For that reason, the Colts cannot go wrong here. Golladay is a low-risk type of signing because of the salary it would take to get him.
There is no way Golladay could demand a certain number at this point, because he either wants to play or he doesn't. The Colts could give him a deal with incentives, too, to try and get the most out of the 29-year-old veteran.