Guard? Center? Receiver? Linebacker? Cornerback and safety possibly?
The Indianapolis Colts may have finished with an 11-5 record last season, but they’re not a team without needs. They have multiple needs in fact.
It’s up to general manager Ryan Grigson to decide which position is most important and how much of their $41 million in salary cap space they want to spend on players once free agency starts March 11.
The defense, which finished 20th in the league last season, has the most holes to fill. They have a linebacker position to fill and depending on what happens with Vontae Davis and Antoine Bethea, the Colts may need to find new starters at cornerback and safety.
Indianapolis is also in need of a veteran receiver to improve its depth to go with T.Y. Hilton and Reggie Wayne. Getting another guard has been well documented. Both guard positions were an issue last season, but Donald Thomas (quad) is expected to start at one of the spots next season after missing most of last season.
What position should the Colts address first?