The Indianapolis Colts are making moves, in order to solidify their offensive line.
Restricted free agent G – Joe Reitz has signed a qualifying offer with the Colts, which is one step in the right direction for this team. The offensive line was arguably the worst aspect of the 2013-14 Colts, and they can use all the stability that they can muster. Reitz started only three games last season, but saw the field in 14 games. Since his arrival in 2010, Reitz has taken part in 34 games for the Colts.
Indianapolis has slowed down a bit recently in NFL free agency, and has also seemed to steer towards bringing back some of their current roster. Rather than dropping big money on headlining free agents, the Colts have decided to spread their money around. This team has won 22 games in the last two seasons, so there’s not too much that needs fixed.
Sometimes, it’s the little moves that make the difference.