By Kevin Hickey
As their first free agent signing of the offseason, wide receiver Devin Funchess is bringing the Indianapolis Colts some upside, but he also carries a history of drops.
While the tape shows it wasn’t a huge issue during the first half of the season in 2018 when he was with the Carolina Panthers, it did have a massive impact in his game during the second half.
When asked about an issue with drops during a conference call with reporters Thursday, Funchess isn’t paying any mind to that.
“I don’t really even remember last season. Today is March 14 I believe. So I am not worried about all of that and I am ready to go,” Funchess said. “All of that stuff is in the past. I don’t live in the past. I live for today.”
Funchess might be looking to bury his second half deep in his mind, but it was there. Regardless, the Colts have enough confidence that he can be a solid contributor on the boundary after they gave him a one-year contract that be worth up to $13 million.
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