58. Eric Fisher, LT: Indianapolis Colts ➡️ Indianapolis Colts
The Indianapolis Colts took a calculated risk bringing in the former number one overall pick after he was injured the season prior, and it turned out well for them.
Eric Fisher came in and did a good job with Anthony Castonzo no longer in the building, and the Colts would be wise to re-sign him.
While I don’t think Fisher is a franchise tag type of player, I think the Colts could sign him to a reasonable 3-4 year deal to keep this position at least league-average for the foreseeable future.
57. Morgan Moses, RT: New York Jets ➡️ Denver Broncos
The Denver Broncos have their annual vacancy at the right tackle position up for grabs.
Morgan Moses has been nothing if not a model of durability throughout his career, and his availability — perhaps more than anything else — will attract teams in free agency.
Moses is a good tackle, to boot, and there’s a coaching connection in Denver as new Broncos tight ends coach Jake Moreland was an assistant offensive line coach with the Jets last year.
Scheme-wise, this is a fit. The Broncos also have a lot of cap space and money to spend.