The pass-rushing ability of linebacker Melvin Ingram would be an ideal fit for the Colts, who could have four new starters at the position in 2017.
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A solid Indianapolis offensive line would become even better with the addition of T.J. Lang.
Defensive help is a top priority for the Colts, but would they draft a receiver in the later rounds?
Former NFL running back Trent Richardson was arrested Friday on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge in Alabama.
The Colts have emphasized re-signing free agents in recent seasons, but do they have anybody this year who merits such a focus?
Pass-rushers are a glaring need for the Colts after the retirement of Robert Mathis and because Erik Walden and Trent Cole are free agents.
Linebacker Erik Walden, tight end Jack Doyle and cornerback Darius Butler appear to be the top candidates, but it's doubtful that general manager Chris Ballard will go the franchise-tag route.
A new GM and a need for a youth infusion will inevitably lead to some roster turnover this offseason. But the Colts have maintained the same head coach and quarterback since 2012.
Erik Walden was Indy's most productive pass rusher in 2016, but the Colts could also use a youth infusion on defense.
The Colts keep giving Jones chances, but it's not working out for the two parties because of his inability to stay healthy.
Free agent Mike Adams wants to re-sign with Indianapolis but does not know whether he is a priority for the Colts.
What moves will Chris Ballard make in free agency, with trades and in the draft to plug the holes the Colts have on defense and to add depth?
The Colts need to rebuild, but it won't be at quarterback. Andrew Luck is the starter for now and the future.
Veteran leadership is already leaving the Colts this offseason, and it's looking more like Andrew Luck will need to pipe up and fill that void.
You can't fault new Colts general manager Chris Ballard for wanting to tear the defense down and put it back together.
Frank Gore turns 34 later this year, so the Colts have a need at running back, but they also need to better control the defensive line of scrimmage.
Right now, the former No. 1 overall draft pick's Pro Bowl nods are the only thing going for him in his case for enshrinement in Canton.
Veteran LB D'Qwell Jackson, who led the Colts in tackles in two of his three seasons with Indianapolis, has been released by the team.
Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer
The Colts have released middle D'Qwell Jackson. Jackson, who led the Colts in tackles each of his three seasons, was suspended for the final four games of the season for using performance enhancing drugs. That's the first major move by Colts new general manager Chris Ballard
James was a semifinalist this year, and his stats measure favorably against other inductees. But there's also a case working against his enshrinement in Canton.
After signing a five-year deal in 2014, Arthur Jones has mostly been on the mend in Indy. That, combined with his age, could make him a roster casualty this offseason.