I don’t see the Colts as a great fit. While not a complete statue, Jimmy is largely immobile. And Jimmy lacks the arm to make the deep throws that the Colts offense opens up with strong running to facilitate PA passing.The question I ponder over is how much can they actually get back for him? I don't see a team trading for him without having to give him a new deal and more bonus / guaranteed money. What good is bringing a guy in for a single season?
IMO, he'd be a solid contributor on a good team, but he won't win games for you on his own. And I don't think he makes a poor team that much better. Other than the Colts and Saints, I don't think there are many teams that are great fits. Both of those teams would probably be better off with someone else longer term. Jimmy seems destined to end up on a team that falls short of finding a QB when the music stops. By then, his trade value might plummet.