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Indianapolis Colts Free Agent Targets

Chris Ballard recently stated that the Indianapolis Colts have more financial flexibility this offseason since they don't have to pay a huge salary to a quarterback. In the past, the team has paid more than $20 million to quarterbacks, and sometimes two quarterbacks were being paid simultaneously.

Fortunately, those days are over, and now the team is focused on Anthony Richardson. Ballard also expressed confidence in Richardson's abilities and believes the Colts can be a top-ten team with him as the quarterback. I agree with Ballard on this point, as the Colts have performed extremely well with Richardson at the helm.

Top Free Agent Targets

Chris Ballard, the general manager of the Indianapolis Colts, is going to make a big move in free agency this offseason. The team has been struggling on defense, so they might consider signing Brian Burns from Carolina to address their need for a more effective defensive end. However, I think it would be wiser to draft a defensive end in the first round of the upcoming NFL draft, as the team needs a long-term solution rather than a quick fix.

Kyle Dugger: The Indianapolis Colts should make Kyle Dugger their number-one priority in free agency. Dugger is an outstanding athlete capable of playing all over the field, making him the ideal nickel Safety for the team. He can effectively stop the run and keep up with the best in coverage.

Dugger, who is 6'2" and 222 pounds at only 27 years old, would be a valuable addition to the Colts to strengthen their secondary. He's had an RAS score of 9.54 so I'm sure Ballard loves this guy. I would be willing to pay anywhere between 13 to 16 million dollars per year to acquire him for the team.

Curtis Samuel: While I think the Colts will sign Michael Pittman Jr. to an extension during training camp after tagging him this offseason, I still think we need to surround Anthony Richardson with more weapons. One way to achieve that is by adding another wide receiver.

It doesn't have to be the best wide receiver on the market, as I believe our general manager, Ballard, will wait to add a veteran wide receiver. My personal preference would be Curtis Samuel. He is a versatile player who can both catch and run, providing options for the offense. Although he isn't the biggest receiver, he compensates for his size with his speed and ability to make explosive plays.

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