The Indianapolis Colts have made strides this offseason, whether that be by re-signing their free agents (Vontae Davis, Pat McAfee, Adam Vinatieri), bringing in new players (Arthur Jones, Hakeem Nicks) or even addition by subtraction (Samson Satele, Mike McGlynn).
But the offseason isn't over, and the Colts aren't done evolving. The NFL draft in May is the big moment, but there is also months of workouts, team meetings and training camp before the regular season kicks off.
So what are the most immediate issues that should have GM Ryan Grigson and head coach Chuck Pagano's attention? On this note, we won't be looking at needs that haven't been temporarily filled and still need long-term solutions (like wide receiver or inside linebacker). Rather, these are the needs or issues that haven't been solved yet for the 2014 season.