Safety Kurt Coleman will visit the Indianapolis Colts on Friday. Kurt Coleman is expected to visit with the team, a few days after he visited with the Jets. If Coleman does sign with the Colts, it’s a good bet that they’ll still look for help at the position in the draft as Coleman would be a stopgap option, at best, for a team with designs on a third straight trip to the postseason. Coleman’s best season was in 2012 when he had 93 tackles and two interceptions. Coleman was a seventh-round pick by the Eagles in 2010 and played in 59 games with the Eagles over the last four years. Grigson was with the Eagles in a number of different capacities from 2004-11, and is well aware of Coleman's capabilities. Colts general manager Ryan Grigson isn’t one to bring players in for visits without them leaving with a deal.