It's only February, and free agency won't start for over a month, but that is not going to stop the rumors from flying around.
The free agency promises to be a fast and furious time for the Colts, who sit on a reported $46 million in cap space for 2013. It's the most amount of cash the Colts have had to spend in years, as their top five salaries for 2013 currently total to less than $33 million.
With so few top-heavy contracts, it's the perfect time for the Colts to add a few big-name free agents, and it seems like Ryan Grigson is ready and willing to spend.
Although there have been few rumors this early in the offseason, the Colts have been subject to a couple, as well as the general assumption that a few positions will be addressed, per Michael Marot:
Grigson declined to identify specific plans, players or areas he hopes to improve in free agency though it is widely believed the two areas Indy will try to upgrade are the offensive line, which allowed 41 sacks, and a secondary that continually gave up 100-yard games to receivers throughout the second half of the season.
With that in mind, who has been targeted with the most discussion so far this offseason, and do they really have a chance to be a Colt in 2013?