A lot of fans are high on him for nostalgic reasons, but he’s shown to have leadership skills in the dugout. He was everybody’s friend, but was not afraid to get in guys faces and be blunt when things were going wrong. Does he have what it takes to be a manager? Only time will tell I guess, although there are some successful managers in the MLB that have little experience.
Then Smith becomes the “weak link”. With that said I expect the Colts to use that money to start signing guys like AC and TY. Ballard just doesn’t go after big name free agents and they just extended Glow last year so I think he’s the guy baring injury for the time being.
I’m with you there: the Colts acquiring Eagles players hasn’t worked out well (Herremans, Cole and who can forget Hank “the hands” Baskett)?
I still think Cain and Campbell will be worked into games during the year. Reich will find a way.
And I think Rogers will break a PR this year.
I’m glad Ballard didn’t go after players, though talented, might not fit for the Colts.
When they consider players, they look at