The Colts' starting LCB job is wide open following Thursday's trade that sent Kevin Thomas to the Eagles in exchange for two linebackers.
The Eagles traded LBs Moise Fokou and Greg Lloyd to the Colts for CB Kevin Thomas and a conditional seventh-round pick for 2013.
Recent actions suggest the Colts appear serious about continuing to tweak the personnel in their secondary.
One of the biggest question marks on the Colts' current roster is who will start opposite Jerraud Powers at cornerback.
For the Colts, finding out what they have in DE Jerry Hughes and CB Kevin Thomas starts with dressing the former high picks.
With 2010 third-round pick Kevin Thomas a healthy scratch for the first five games, the Colts' difficulty in stocking their roster with capable cornerbacks is painfully apparent, according to AFC Whispers.
While the Colts likely will look to strengthen the safety position, we hear the club is in very good shape at cornerback, with the return of Kevin Thomas a big factor in Indy's optimism.
No Colts rookie will be counted on more this coming season than seventh-rounder Ray Fisher, who the team hopes will pick up the slack in a shorthanded CB corps, in addition to returning kickoffs.
The Colts announced Friday that rookie CB Kevin Thomas, the team's third-round pick in last month's draft, suffered a knee injury in the team's rookie camp that could cause him to miss the 2010 season.