Linebacker Paul Kruger is one of the top free agent pass rushers on the market, so it's expected that teams will go after him hard. Two in particular look to go even harder.
The Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts are expected to find themselves in a bidding war for Kurger's services, reports Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun.
Colts head coach and former Ravens DC Chuck Pagano would love to land Kruger, who would be more than a suitable replacement for the recently released Dwight Freeney. The Browns, Wilson writes, have been 'particularly aggressive in expressing strong interest in Kruger.'
He should command anywhere from $10 million to $12 million per year when all is said and done, so we'll find out soon who's willing to reaching deeper into their pockets. One thing is for sure, Baltimore just can't afford him due to salary cap constraints.
Kruger had a career high nine sacks in the 2012 regular season, adding 4.5 more in four playoff games...