3 Sneaky Free Agent Moves Colts Can Still Make Before 2019 Season

Divisional Round - Indianapolis Colts v Kansas City Chiefs
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The Indianapolis Colts are coming off their most successful season of the past several campaigns, and the official dawn of a new era. Although their season was cut short in the playoffs by the Kansas City Chiefs, the Colts bounced back from a 4-12 finish in 2017 to accumulate a 10-6 record and a Wild Card win over a divisional opponent in 2018. Here are three sneaky free agent signings that the Colts could still make before the start of next NFL season.

1. Michael Crabtree, WR

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With T.Y. Hilton returning as the Colts top receiver, there is no doubt that they could use another option. Michael Crabtree had a decent season last year for the Ravens, but could certainly benefit from a quarterback like Andrew Luck. Crabtree would give Luck another viable target and could take some of the pressure off Hilton and Chester Rogers.

2. Gerald McCoy, DT

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The Colts have emerged as one of the top contenders for Buccaneers free agent defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. Indianapolis has little depth at the tackle position, and could seriously benefit from adding McCoy. Although he wouldn't be the complete answer for the Colts' defensive struggles, he would be a great start in building a dangerous defensive line.

3. Jordan Ta'amu, QB

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Since the Colts have made it clear they are fielding trade offers for Jacoby Brissett, they are all but empty at the backup quarterback position. With Chad Kelly being their only other option at the time, the Colts could use a guy like Ole Miss' Jordan Ta'amu. Ta'amu is ranked as one of the best available undrafted QBs and could learn a lot from Andrew Luck if the Colts were to take a chance on him.