Indianapolis Upgrades Defense and Offensive Line for Andrew Luck

March 12, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Ryan Grigson has apparently decided not to count on more miracles in 2013.
He took matters into his own hands as free agency kicked off. The Indianapolis Colts signed five players in the early hours of the new league year, and upgraded both the offense and defense in the process.
Of course, no signing can be judged without all the contract details, but there's little question that in terms of raw talent, the Colts are better now than they were at the end of 2012 season.
The team announced on its website that they have added tackle Gosder Cherilus and guard Donald Thomas to go with linebackers Lawrence Sidbury, Erik Walden and corner Greg Toler.
The move to secure Cherilus, a former right tackle for the Lions, is a plus as the team struggled with continuity at the position last year. Winston Justice missed four games and was mediocre even when he did play.
He'll be paired with Thomas who started at both guard positions in New England. Thomas had 21 starts over t...

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