Gerald McCoy's late entry into free agency may not be a bad thing, with one playoff contender reportedly interested in the six-time Pro Bowler.
Prior to leaving, McCoy skipped all of Tampa Bay's offseason workouts amid a contract dispute. He had three years and $33.4 million remaining on his deal, but there was no guaranteed money left for the Bucs to pay out.
The Colts are trending in the right direction coming off a playoff appearance in 2018. They had a terrific rookie class, led by Defensive Rookie of the Year Darius Leonard and Quenton Nelson.
Indianapolis' defensive line already includes Denico Autry, Jabaal Sheard and Tyquan Lewis. Adding McCoy to the mix would give that group a proven veteran who has recorded at least six sacks in each of the past six seasons.