​The Indianapolis Colts have one main concern this offseason: to ​have Andrew Luck ready by the start of the 2018 season. 

That being said, they still need to improve in a lot of areas because there are holes all over their roster. One spot where the Colts will need to improve upon this offseason is at the running back position. 

But it appears they will not be resigning veteran running back ​Frank Gore, according to a report. 

​​Gore, 34, has been with the Colts since 2015, after playing his first 10 seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. 

Gore is an all-time great, and a future hall of famer. He still proved he could do it in 2017, with over 900 rushing yards and totaling well over 1,000 yards from scrimmage. 

However, the Colts feel it's time for the two sides to move on. 

​​For Gore, he reportedly wants to play another year. There certainly will be a team out there that would sign him to an affordable deal to bring in some veteran leadership. Of course, he could still be a productive player too. A return to the 49ers only seems appropriate, but we'll have to wait and see. 

For the Colts, they have the third overall pick in the draft. Does this mean they have their eyes set on drafting running back Saquon Barkley out of Penn State? Some draft experts consider him to be the best player in the draft, and the Colts would most likely love to have him if he's available when they're on the clock. 

Clearly the Colts are looking to get younger.