With the Colts unable to sign unrestricted free agents, given their status under the so-called “Final Eight Plan,” they have to look for help either by signing players who have been cut or by pursuing restricted free agents.
We’re told that the Colts will be exploring the possibility of bolstering their offensive line by visiting with Ravens tackle Adam Terry.
Per a league source, Terry will visit the Colts on Thursday.
Terry, a second-round pick in 2005, did not receive a restricted free agent tender. He’s therefore free to sign with any other team, with the Ravens having no right to match and no compensation.
Terry appeared in 48 games with 18 starts from 2005 through 2008. He missed all of the 2009 season after suffering a knee injury during training camp.
The Colts may sign an unrestricted free agent only after the lose one to another team. Their only unrestricted free agent is kicker Matt Stover, who was unemployed until the Colts added him during the 2009 season as a replacement for Adam Vinatieri.