No team has been more surprising than the Indianapolis Colts. Imagine if they add Le’Veon Bell in the off-season:

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Author: Jon Kuzma

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The Indianapolis Colts are in the thick of a playoff race with a 6-6 record and only four games remaining on their schedule. It’s surprising how far this franchise has come because they were absolutely awful in 2017. Andrew Luck’s return has definitely been the underlining factor in the Colts’ resurgence. So General Manager Chris Ballard is going to keep that in mind when it’s time to add the additional pieces to this rosters. One player who has already expressed interest in joining Indianapolis is Le’Veon Bell. The Steelers running back is going to be a free agent this Spring and he’ll be able to sign with anyone he wants. At first you have to wonder if the Colts would be willing to spend a big chunk of their cap space on someone who didn’t report to Pittsburgh? However there’s no denying Bell’s expertise when he’s on the football field and it’s possible that Indy could shake things up to sign the dual-threat offensive weapon. The first way to make that happen is by releasing T.Y Hilton. Even though Hilton has been one of the lone bright spots for this organization he’s getting up there in age. The 29 year old receiver also missed a couple of games this season with a shoulder injury. Plus the Colts can save $14M by parting ways with Hilton which is money that could be spent on Bell. After that acquisition Ballard will have to spend his remaining funds on three wide receivers. Golden Tate, Quincy Enunwa, and Jamison Crowder would be the perfect haul. Then the entire draft can go towards improving the defensive side of the ball. All of that firepower would help Andrew Luck be even better and it would put the rest of the AFC South on notice. How could you pass that up?

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No team has shocked the league more than the Indianapolis Colts. Now Indy needs to add as much talent around Andrew Luck as possible

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