The Facts: Ebron is signing a two-year deal worth a maximum value of $15 million with the Indianapolis Colts a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Diehards Line: The team has also confirmed the signing via Twitter. Ebron gives the Colts a pass-catching complement to Jack Doyle, who caught 80 passes last year in the absence of quarterback Andrew Luck. Ebron caught 53 in Detroit but came on strong down the stretch pulling in four or more catches in six of the last seven games. Ebron also visited the Panthers. The 10th overall choice in 2014, he started 37 games and made 186 receptions for 2,070 yards and 11 touchdowns. The Lions cut him rather than pay him $8.25 million this season. Assuming Luck returns Doyle and Ebron would be a solid combo at the position.