Will Colts Re-Sign Any Of Their Free Agents Before Thursday's Deadline?

Intro: The NFL’s new league year will commence on Thursday at 4:00 EST. What does the free agency picture look like for the Colts and their own unrestricted free agents?

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INDIANAPOLIS – Just how much will the phrase "deadlines spur action" apply to Chris Ballard and the Colts this week?

That is a question we will begin to receive answers to over the next 72 hours.

Free agency around the NFL begins Thursday at 4:00 p.m. EST.

Teams now have three days to re-sign their own free agents before the sharks around the league come swimming on the open market.

As the Colts head into free agency week, they've yet to re-sign any of their nine unrestricted free agents.

The 2017 UFAs for the Colts are as followed:

  • S-Mike Adams:At 35 years old, Adams wants to keep playing. Do the Colts see the need for a fourth season in Indianapolis with the veteran safety?
  • OLB-Erik Walden The money signs should be gleaming from Walden's eyes. Last week, several of the NFL's top pass rushers were nabbed with the franchise tag. If Walden tests the open market, he will be one of the top free agent sack guys in 2017.

With the Colts not using the franchise tag last week, they will have until Thursday's afternoon deadline to re-sign any of the names above.

Agents of these free agents, and all FA's around the league, can begin talking with other teams starting Tuesday afternoon, during the NFL's 52-hour legal tampering period.*

*The Colts also have three restricted free agents in 2017: C-Jonotthan Harrison, DL-Zach Kerr and ILB-Josh McNary. They have two exclusive rights free agents in WR/KR-Quan Bray and TE-Mo Alie-Cox.

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