Indianapolis Colts‘ general manager Chris Ballard has quickly put his imprint on the team’s roster during free agency. Sunday, he added another piece to his masterpiece by signing linebacker Sean Spence.
The Colts’ offseason has been filled with defensive acquisitions. Aside from three deals, all of Indianapolis’ deals this free agency period have involved defensive players. This fact is not shocking because the Colts did have one of the worst defenses in the NFL in 2016.
The Colts had been search for a starting replacement at inside linebacker for D’Qwell Jackson. In addition to talking with Spence, they also flirted with Kevin Minter and Jon Bostic. Eventually, they chose Spence.
Spence is a five-year pro who was originally drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2012. He missed the …
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