The Indianapolis Colts are set to work out veteran cornerback Antonio Cromartie. The news comes after a plethora of injuries to the Colts’ secondary.
The Indianapolis Colts’ secondary has become extremely thin over the course of the last week due to multiple injuries.
The Colts have reportedly looked into the veteran services of a few names, including Cromartie.
Since being drafted in 2006, Cromartie has spent time on the San Diego Chargers, New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals.
With both Davis and Robinson out to injuries, the Colts could use any kind of help that they will need if their top-two cornerbacks are out of any regular season action.
The Colts ranked 26th in the NFL in defense last season, and having five of their six cornerbacks on their current roster battling injuries is a scary, scary situation to be in.
With the Colts looking to bounce back from an injury-riddled and disappointing 2015 campaign, they’ll need everyone to be fully healthy if they wish to bounce back and make the playoffs this coming season.
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