Potential landing spots for the Colts free agents still searching for a new team
Several former Indianapolis Colts players are still searching for a new team in free agency. Here are some potential landing spots for some of those players.
The NFL is over a week into 2023 free agency and several moves have already been made. However, there are a lot of names still available in free agency searching for new teams. While the initial free agency frenzy had a lot of big moves, the moves made over the next few weeks have the potential to be just as impactful.
For the Indianapolis Colts, they have already lost their fair share of free agents but also retained some, while adding new players as well. The Colts lost guys like Parris Campbell and Bobby Okereke, re-signed names like Ashton Dulin and EJ Speed, and handed out several contracts. Indianapolis will surely remain active in the coming weeks.
Some of Indy’s time may be spent trying to re-sign some of its free agents that are still available.
Colts players still available in free agency
As is the case league-wide, there are a ton of remaining free agents. Indianapolis has 11 guys that are still searching for their next team. A couple of those free agents are Indy’s specialists from this past season: Matt Haack and Chase McLaughlin. With the Colts signing Matt Gay, and Rigoberto Sanchez returning from injury next season, Indy is comfortable letting Haack and McLaughlin walk.
Also still available is veteran safety Rodney McLeod and offensive linemen Matt Pryor. McLeod played tremendously for Indy last season but with the young safety depth Indianapolis has, McLeod is unlikely to return. He could play for another team or retire, which is something he has considered. Pryor, on the other hand, struggled last season but should still be able to find a shot as a depth linemen somewhere in the league.
While those guys’ free agency should be resolved soon, the two biggest remaining free agents for Indianapolis are Matt Ryan and Yannick Ngakoue. Let’s take a look at some potential landing spots for those two.