Free agency, for all intents and purposes, is complete and open for judgment. While the Indianapolis Colts could still pick up a few more role players, it seems that Ryan Grigson has done what he intended.
Now we look back at each of the signings and discuss their merits. In general, I've been much more optimistic about this year's free agency, especially compared to last season's debacle. The Colts structured their long-term deals in a way that doesn't cripple them financially, yet still managed to make some high-impact moves.
I gave Grigson a B+ for the offseason, so keep that in mind for this exercise. While there are moves I disagree with, and they are labeled as "worst" in this piece, none of the moves are the end of the world for the franchise and should be remedied relatively easily.
So which moves will we look back on with fondness, rather than disgust?