Nick said that we were basically done with FA till the draft, so I think its highly unlikely that anybody else is signed. I do think you'll see quite a few undrafted FAs visit Miami after the draft is over
I'm just saying it would be nice to get a decent player for cheap and not have to draft a player early to fill a position. If we signed Tobeck I'd see no reason for us to have to draft a center. Hadnot would probably be able to sit back and learn and be our backup center. McIntosh would probably be our left tackle, Stockar our RT, Carey our RG, James our LG, and either Tobeck or Hadnot our center. We'd have St. Clair as our backup at LT and RT. That's not too bad I'd say. It would just be nice to have a veteran somewhere on the line and center is a good position to have a vet.
Rob Morris anyone? He's been out of place in Indy. He's a big linebacker who's getting up there in age (29), but would be a good signing. Smart, strong, tough player who if affordable enough would be a good signing. Then we'd have Thomas- Morris, Seau- Moore, Pope- Spragan.
Rich Braham would also be a good signing. Underrated center. Yes he is old at 34, but he'd come cheap and the team has barely any veteran presence on its OL (McIntosh, St. Clair, and Jeno James are not exactly team aged savvy vets.). Couldn't hurt really.
I just checked Colts insider and yes Rob Morris is a FA. I always thought he wasn't appreciated in Indy. He just doesn't fit a Cover 2, but he'd do well in a 3-4 or in our system next year which will feature larger LBs.
Dexter Jackson is a good FS. He had six picks in at FS in 03 and was injured this year. He's not too old and could start for us. That would leave us with Dexter Jackson at FS, Tebucky at SS, with Bell the FS backup, Tillman the SS backup, along with the third SS Bua. That would seem to be a decent safety core in my opinion. Might negate our need to draft a safety.