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Bashaud Breeland
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Bashaud Breeland, Cornerback

Bringing in a veteran cornerback wouldn’t be a bad idea for the Colts this coming offseason. Bashaud Breeland was a player of interest for Indianapolis last offseason and it wouldn’t be surprising to see that interest revisited this year.

Breeland was dealing with an injury during last offseason’s free agency, which made him a tough sign. He has gotten a chance with the Green Bay Packers this season and has already made an impact.

In the two games that he has played with the Packers, Breeland has recorded 10 tackles, an interception, and a defended pass. Adding a talent like Breeland would also give Quincy Wilson a mentor. Signing him would kill two birds with one stone for the Colts.

Indianapolis has been building their defense the right way and it’s time to sign a veteran impact corner like Breeland.

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  1. I know that everyone is excited about Bell being a FA, but I don’t think that Indy needs him at this point. I rather see Mack, Hines and Wilkins evolve. Otherwise, it wouldn’t make sense pick this last 2 this year.

    Besides Tate and Breeland, wich I couldn’t agree more, I rather see Ballard picking a DE on the FA. Last sunday we saw Bortles taking all the time in the world to pass and because of that Luck almost didn’t hit the field on 2nd half (beside de drops). We have nothing to rush Bortles or any other QB with an average/good OL.

    Demarcus Lawrence, Jadeveon Clowney and Dante Fowler Jr. are gonna hit FA next offseason. I know that they’ll probably be tagged, but, pass rush is, for me, priority number 1 on next offseason.

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