Colts free agent CB T.J. Carrie to visit Bills

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Indianapolis Colts free agent cornerback T.J. Carrie is taking a visit with the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday, per Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.

Carrie, who was a rotational player in the secondary during the 2020 season, was solid in a limited role. In 15 games (two starts), Carrie recorded two interceptions and eight passes defended.

The Colts re-signed veteran Xavier Rhodes to a one-year deal and are expected to get Marvell Tell back after he opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns. They could also look to draft a rookie in the 2021 draft.

Carrie provided solid depth for the Colts and even stepped in as a starter on the boundary when Rock Ya-Sin was dealing with his up-and-down play.

The Colts have remained quiet in free agency, opting to sign depth pieces from the outside while re-signing some key players like Rhodes and wide receiver T.Y. Hilton.

Carrie could be another former Colt on his way out after a one-year deal in Indy.

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