The Indianapolis Colts head into the 2013 offseason with something they haven't seen in a very long time: cap space.
With over $40 million dollars in reported space, the Colts should be one of the biggest spenders in 2013, a very new concept for Indianapolis. For years, the team has built through the draft, re-signing their own home run draft picks and picking up a few key veterans in free agency every year.
But with this much room, the Colts have no choice but to spend the money in 2013. Fortunately, the free agency crop looks to be one that may fit the Colts' roster quite well, with multiple options for linemen, defensive backs and wide receivers.
So where should the Colts look to fix first? One way to approach that question is by examining the current roster. The Colts have very few players getting paid big money in 2013, but there is a noticeable difference in different positions that should be addressed.