Is a Dwight Freeney-Robert Mathis reunion possible with the Colts?

One of the question marks that remains with the Indianapolis Colts -- if not the biggest -- is about their lack of a pass rush after they didn’t address it in free agency or the draft. Colts owner Jim Irsay and general manager Ryan Grigson both said they couldn’t fix all of the team's problems in the draft after they used four of their eight picks on offensive linemen. The Colts only had 35 sacks last season. I was asked about a possible reunion between the Colts and one of their previous sack masters in the mailbag.

Wells: I would say there is no chance that the Colts bring Freeney, who had 107.5 sacks in his 11 seasons with the team, back for a second stint. But as I mentioned up above, the Colts still need help in the pass rush department and they have no problem turning to players over the age of 30, as Robert Mathis and Trent Cole, the team’s two primary sack specialist, are 35 and 33 years old, respectively. Freeney, who currently is a free agent, was on ESPN recently talking about where things stand with him playing wise. “There’s been some interest," the 36-year-old Freeney said. "But the thing is, when you’re as old as me -- not really old in life, but old in football -- those teams want to kind of figure out what they want do [first].” Freeney spent the 2013-14 seasons with the San Diego Chargers and he was with the Arizona Cardinals last season. He totaled 12 sacks in those three seasons. Grigson is open to a lot of things when it comes to adding players to the roster, but I’m not sure this is a path he’ll go down even with the question marks surrounding their pass rush.