If you like paying tens of millions of dollars to a player who has never participated in more than 30 percent of his team's defensive snaps, then Colts owner Jim Irsay has news to report that you'll really enjoy.
The San Francisco 49ers agreed to terms on a deal with former Chiefs defensive end Glenn Dorsey on Wednesday, according to reports. Dorsey, a five-year veteran, missed the majority of the 2012 season with a calf injury. The former LSU All-American could complement Justin Smith and Ray McDonald on early downs against the run.
Jim Harbaugh's decision to start Colin Kaepernick paid off handsomely. If Harbaugh can parlay that decision-making success into free agency and then the draft -- where the 49ers have a league-high 15 picks -- San Francisco should be the prohibitive favorite to win the NFC for the second year in a row.