With it looking like Vontae Davis would leave Indianapolis, the Colts stepped in and were able to get a deal done.
According to ESPN, Davis signed a four-year deal worth $39 million, which includes $20 million of that being guaranteed. Davis only had one interception a year ago but broke up 12 passes, tying his single-season high.
The Colts were also able to land defensive end Arthur Jones shortly after free agency kicked off. Jones' deal is for five years and is valued at $33 million, according to a league source. Jones will receive $16 million in guaranteed money.
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