Of course, it would be Lewis' second stint with the Colts, as he was signed briefly by then general manager Ryan Grigson for a little over a week in September of 2014 before being released shortly thereafter and ultimately joining the Patriots, where he's played ever since.
Lewis is considered one of the top backs on the market, so it's no surprise that he's receiving tons of interest.
After allowing Frank Gore to hit free agency, the Colts have a major need at running back and Lewis, who has proven to be a dynamic playmaker when healthy, is coming off of his best season in the NFL.
He's the exact type of shifty, dual-threat back the Titans needed in the backfield alongside Henry. He's truly capable of doing it all and has been rewarded as such. The 5'8 tailback was part of a solid lineage of NFL-bound tailbacks at the University of Pittsburgh, but struggled to make an impact after being selected in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft.
His career would then take a downward turn. Though injuries limited him to just 14 regular season games in his first two seasons in Foxborough, Lewis's impact as a dynamic threat out of the backfield helped keep New England atop the National Football League hierarchy.
Lewis made the 2015 Patriots opening day roster as the starting running back and impressed the world in his first game action since 2012.