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Stampede Blue Writers Roundtable: NFL Draft The 2019 NFL Draft is less than a week away, and officially kicks off Thursday 25th April at 8pm Eastern Time. The Indianapolis Colts are scheduled to have 9 draft picks this year. The team is armed with 4 of their 9 draft picks in the top 100, so they will likely be able to grab some talented prospects like last year's haul.
Colts among teams with 'favorable draft forecasts' And the icing on this blue and white cake? The team picks twice in the top-35, thrice in the top-60 and four times in the top-100. The Colts roster is young and talented with a sturdy offensive line and ample opportunity to stay true to their core values instead of reaching on needs.
ESPN proposes Colts trade with 49ers during NFL Draft ESPN proposed a hypothetical trade between the Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers during the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Colts Do Play A Lot Of Division Games In December - But In The NFC Their hopes of winning the AFC South or making the playoffs will likely come down to their games against the NFC South. On the Colts' schedule, they will play three straight games against NFC South teams, and they will do so in December, in the heat of the push for the playoffs.
Lennon's 'Sgt. Pepper's' piano sold to Colts' Irsay Colts owner Jim Irsay said he's "elated" to have won an auction for the piano John Lennon used to compose songs for The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album.
Jim Irsay buys John Lennon's piano One of the benefits of being a billionaire is having money to burn on discretionary purchases. Colts owner Jim Irsay does precisely that from time to time. Via TMZ.com, Irsay recently plunked down $718,750 for John Lennon's piano. Fortunately for Irsay, it appears to be the real thing, used by Lennon to write songs for Sgt.
Top wide receiver targets for Colts in the draft The offense needs more guys. Because of that need, we now look at the top targets for the team in the upcoming draft. It isn't a super strong wide receiver draft, but there are some guys who should fall near their 26th and 34th overall picks who they should consider taking.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay drops $718K for John Lennon's piano Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has just picked up a piece of rock and roll history, which cost him close to three quarters of a million dollars. The 59 year old, whose net worth was estimated at $2.7 billion in October 2018, paid $718,750 for John Lennon's piano which he used on the iconic album Sgt.
Indianapolis Colts: The powerhouse nobody's talking about The Indianapolis Colts were relevant again last season as Andrew Luck returned to form, and despite a scant national presence they are a formidable Super Bowl contender now. The big picture: Though Indy didn't do much in terms of volume free-agency acquisitions, the Colts did get better on both sides of the ball.
4 potential trade scenarios for Colts in NFL Draft Examining which spots the Indianapolis Colts could make trades at during the 2019 NFL Draft.
2019 NFL mock draft: Colts select S Johnathan Abram In Daniel Jeremiah's latest mock draft for NFL.com, the Colts made a selection in Mississippi State safety Jonathan Abram. The Colts seem to like Abram throughout the pre-draft process. He is a nice fit for their scheme as a tone-setter working in two-deep coverage while also having the ability to make plays near the line of scrimmage.
Zach Hicks' Final 2019 Draft Big Board: Top 200 With the Draft less than a week away, I decided to release my final top 200 big board for all of you readers. This is how I would rank these players, not how I predict they will get drafted. This is my final board of the season as I wasn't able to watch the 300 or so that I wanted.
Should CB be a top priority for Colts in NFL Draft? Despite the surprising success making it to the divisional round of the playoffs, the Indianapolis Colts have a number of needs to address when the 2019 NFL Draft arrives next week. As the defensive side of the ball takes priority, the cornerback room has been discussed as one of their biggest needs.
Josh Jacobs tops Draft Wire's final RB rankings Despite both general manager Chris Ballard and head coach Frank Reich supporting Marlon Mack as the starting running back, there is a chance the Colts add to the room during the 2019 NFL Draft. Draft Wire published their final rankings for the running back position.
Josh Jacobs loses H-O-R-S-E to Frank Reich Alabama running back Josh Jacobs visited the Eagles, Ravens and Colts. He seemed to enjoy his trip to Indianapolis most. "The Colts' was definitely fun because I played basketball with and ," Jacobs said on Ian Rapoport's podcast, via the Indianapolis Star.
2019 NFL mock draft: Colts select DT Jerry Tillery Indianapolis Colts select Notre Dame DT Jerry Tillery in Draft Wire's latest mock draft.
Noah Fant leads Draft Wire's final TE rankings The Indianapolis Colts have one of the best tight end rooms in the NFL when it comes to depth and production, but there is still a chance they add to the group during the 2019 NFL Draft.
Report: Colts worked out USC S Marvell Tell The Indianapolis Colts reportedly worked out USC safety Marvell Tell ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft.
NFL Draft 2019: Josh Jacobs plays HORSE during Colts visit Alabama running back Josh Jacobs told the hilarious story of his pre-draft visit with the Colts on the RapSheet and Friends Podcast. Jacobs had visits with the Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens, but it was his visit to Indy that really stood out.
How can the Colts effectively use Devin Funchess? Funchess is a big target at 6'4 225lbs. That is the biggest thing with him. He could be used as a red zone target for sure. Last season the Colts' biggest red zone threat was Eric Ebron, and he was pretty much the only one. Funchess should help with that right away.
Colts set up for better start than last year This season, the start shouldn't be as bad. The schedule sets up for the Colts to start either 3-2 or 2-3 before their bye week in week 6. Even if they do start 2-3, they have a pretty easy middle part of the schedule that they can use to get back on track for their playoff hunt.
Ballard's Potential Big Board: 5 Top NFL Draft DT Prospects for Colts The NFL Draft is just a week away, and the Indianapolis Colts are armed with both the 26th and 34th overall picks among their impressive arsenal. With this year's draft class being considered deep along the defensive line, the Colts could potentially capitalize along the interior with a number of intriguing high end prospects.
Colts News: Colts will seek out secondary help in draft Colts Will Seek Out Secondary Help In Draft - 1070 the Fan. The secondary for the Indianapolis Colts will receive some draft attention next week. How much attention should it garner? Kelly settling into leadership role with Colts - Sports - heraldbulletin.com.
Geneo Grissom visits Lions Free agent defensive lineman Geneo Grissom visited the Lions on Thursday, Howard Balzer reports. Grissom, 26, spent most of the past four seasons with the Patriots. The Colts signed him before the postseason, and he played in both of the team's playoff games.
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