According to NFL Insider Aaron Wilson, the Indianapolis Colts worked out former Denver Broncos cornerback Isaac Yiadom: At a listed 6’1”, 188 pounds (with 32 1/4” arms), Yiadom was a 2018 3rd round pick of the Broncos (2018-2019) and had a later stint with the New York Giants (2020) before most recently, joining the Green Bay Packers this past season.
And on defense we’ve got to be able to rush the passer better. It’s a passing league. You have to be able to affect the passer and you’ve got to be able to throw it.
The Colts have to decide this offseason if one of their two young kickers, Michael Badgley and Rodrigo Blankenship, is capable of making a kick like that when it matters most, or if Indianapolis needs to make a move to bring in a player with a more powerful leg. We’ll work through it,” Colts general manager Chris Ballard said at his postseason news conference. We still think Rod has upside.