General manager Ryan Grigson is searching far and wide for fresh talent. He is looking for talent that will put them in contention to compete for a Super Bowl. What is needed to do so, is fresh talent on the defensive side of the ball. Ryan Grigson and the Indianapolis Colts took one step
closer to that goal with the signing of Henoc Muamba from the Canadian league. The colts have been known to go up North before with the signing of Jerrell Freeman.
Henoc Muamba is a 6 foot, 230 pound linebacker. The signing of Henoc Muamba i
s a low risk high reward. Henoc Muamba was the first overall pick in the 2011 CFL draft by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He proved to be one of the top defenders in the Canadian League. In his 2013 campaign he set a career high with 106 tackles, 1 sack, 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery, and 1 touchdown.
A low risk, high reward is just what Ryan Grigson and the Indianapolis Colts needed. Especially on the defensive side which continued to struggle. Run defense has been a major downfall the Colts the past two years. A major reason for this is the linebackers. Many which were inconsistent throughout the entire season. Henoc Muamba can raise the bar for Indianapolis with being a solid tackler and the potential to be an impact player. The goal is to remember Henoc Muamba is a low risk, high reward