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  1. Pierre Desir is back

    Okay. With losing Melvin, they needed to get this done
  2. Hankins Released

    These kinds of decisions leave you saying WTH but there are reasons they are doing what they are doing. Hankins played well but Ballard must feel they can do better which is good news for us fans.
  3. Much rather get Chubb (if he’s still available) and Hernandez or Wynn in the second, than select Nelson over Chubb.
  4. [Merge] Colts Sign Denico Autry

    If Chubb is there, they might be able to grab him at 3 or 6 and get a guy like Henandez or Winn later. From what I’ve heard, there’s a bigger drop off between Chubb and the rest of the DEs than between Nelson and the rest of the interior Olinemen
  5. Mingo to Seattle (Merge)

    I wanted them to keep Mingo. It seemed like he had some wheels. But when decisions are made by those who are in charge (and a lot more knowledgeable and privy to information we aren’t), ask myself; “what am I missing”? Apparently, Mingo doesn’t fit their vision/scheme OR they feel they can replace him with players they already have, FAs or the draft.
  6. [Merge] Colts Sign Denico Autry

    I think Barkley will be gone but Chubb might be there, even at 6. The things that impress me about Chubb are his non-stop motor and using his hands to break free. If he can learn a spin move (hopefully Mathis will still be there) he would be a difference maker. I guess this move gives the Colts options to go for another position, should somebody else grab Chubb. I still hope he’s their pick. Having someone you have to double team creates opportunities for other players.
  7. [Merge] Colts Sign Denico Autry

    We need pass rush up the middle...... come to think of it, pass rush from ANYWHERE would be a good thing.
  8. [Merge] Colts Sign Denico Autry

    Interesting...does this give the Colts a little safety net to move down, should Chubb be gone by 3 ? Not saying he’s Chubb but it could affect the draft. Nice move by Ballard!
  9. Ballard’s bottom line is: “Who will be the biggest deference maker”? If Barkley or Chubb are there at 3, I could see them trading back ONLY if they feel they could pick up draft picks and still get Chubb or Barkley.
  10. Colts FA - no news is good news

    The Eagles have done well but they don’t have a 2nd, 3rd or 5th rounder. They picked up Michael Bennett, who is 32 and they are talking about going after Nahda, who is also 32. IMO, it may come back bite them, in the end. They are also cutting some pretty good players, because of the signings. I like that Ballard is being patient.
  11. It makes sense that the Colts are taking their time with free agents. Maybe who they go after will depend on who they let go. I’m kind of glad they are relying on the draft and acquiring solid FAs to fill in, instead of the other way round.
  12. Jack Mewhort

    I’m sure someone on this forum who has both football and medical knowledge could answer exactly but it would seem the tackle position would require more lateral movement than guard, but I’m not sure. When healthy, he was solid at guard but I don’t recall him standing out at tackle...but maybe that’s a good thing
  13. Who do we bring back from our own group of FAs?

    Totally agree with this. If Mewhort and Moncrief are healthy, sign them. (Moncrief has actually missed less time than Allen Robinson). Mingo impressed me. He can cover some ground.
  14. Deguglielmo's tendencies on OL

    Another reason to avoid doing it is, keeping opposing defenses from having opportunities to switch their personnel.