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  1. I believe you are very confused about where the facts are pointing. If we were to take any sort of leap here, the most logical conclusion would tie the Aiken signing to Phillip Dorsett. If he does not improve this year then we very well could move him in 2018 for a mid-to-late (possibly conditional) draft pick. I have a very hard time believing that Ballard has an issue with Moncrief. It wouldn't make any sense at all. I feel very comfortable that we will do anything "reasonable" to keep Moncrief on the Colts roster, and for the foreseeable future. It is always possible that Moncrief's agent will ask more than his market value, but at this time it would be entirely too premature to assume so. We have no idea about any behind-the-door negotiations, because we are not privy to that information. One thing is very clear to me, and that is; we brought Aiken in to be an "additional' big target for Luck, and he will be competing against Dorsett for playing time. If Dorsett allows an UDFA to steal reps from him then I can see us dealing him.
  2. How could you possibly know that? You're reaching far to assume that.
  3. I never said anything about over-paying for him. Not sure how someone could possibly read what I wrote and come away with that. And seriously; on what planet is Aiken ever going to be in Moncrief's realm. No need to answer, because it is rhetorical.
  4. Duke is actually my sleeper this year in camp. Had him ranked #103 on my Big Board in 2013 and even mocked him to us.
  5. Thanks. Vacation started yesterday. Finalized my 2017 Colts Roster spreadsheet.
  6. Colts currently have 72 players on the roster. 38 players were drafted and 34 players were UDFA's. 6 First Round Picks 6 Second Round Picks 7 Third Round Picks 8 Fourth Round Picks 6 Fifth Round Picks 3 Sixth Round Picks 2 Seventh Round Picks 6 of 16 Defensive Backs were drafted 7 of 8 Defensive Linemen were drafted 8 of 13 Linebackers were drafted 9 of 12 Offensive Linemen were drafted 1 of 3 Quarterbacks were drafted 2 of 3 Running Backs were drafted 0 of 3 Tight Ends were drafted 4 of 9 Wide Receivers were drafted 1 of 5 Special Teams players were drafted Average age of players currently on the Colts roster is 25.556 Colts four youngest players are 22 years old (T.J. Green, Antonio Morrison, Hassan Ridgeway, and Joe Fortunato). Colts have six players 30 years or older (Al Woods 30, Darius Butler 31, Kendall Langford 31, Matt Overton 31, Frank Gore 33, and Adam Vinatieri 44). Colts fastest players at the NFL Combine were Phillip Dorsett 4.33, T.J. Green 4.34, T.Y. Hilton 4.37, Vontae Davis 4.40, and Donte Moncrief 4.40 Other Colts NFL Combine Warriors: Margus Hunt - 38 Bench Reps Darius Butler - 43 Vertical Darius Butler - 134 Broad Jump Phillip Dorsett - 6.70 3Cone Devin Street - 4.01 Twenty Colts have five players from Miami, FL (most from any college); Phillip Dorsett, Frank Gore, Erik Swoope, Sean Spence, and Stephen Morris.
  7. Unofficial Roster/Depth Chart as of 03/25/2017: Defensive Backs Vontae Davis CB 5'11" 207 Illinois Darius Butler S 5'10" 188 Connecticut T.J. Green S 6'3" 205 Clemson Duke Williams S 5'11" 201 Nevada Clayton Geathers S 6'2" 220 Central Florida Rashaan Melvin CB 6'2" 193 Northern Illinois Darryl Morris CB 5'10" 188 Texas State Tevin Mitchel CB 6'0" 183 Arkansas Matthias Farley S 5'11" 210 Notre Dame Stefan McClure S 5'11" 205 California Christopher Milton CB 5'11" 190 Georgia Tech Frankie Williams CB 5'9" 190 Purdue Lee Hightower S 6'2" 200 Houston Charles James II CB 5'9" 185 Charleston Southern Larry Scott CB 5'11" 194 Oregon State Andrew Williamson S 6'1" 212 Vanderbilt Defensive Line Kendall Langford DE 6'6" 305 Hampton Henry Anderson DT 6'6" 300 Stanford Hassan Ridgeway DT 6'3" 317 Texas Al Woods NT 6'4" 307 LSU David Parry DT 6'2" 310 Stanford Margus Hunt DE 6'8" 295 SMU Kristjan Sokoli DE 6'5" 300 Buffalo T.Y. McGill DT 6'0" 310 North Carolina State Linebackers Jabaal Sheard OLB 6'3" 265 Pittsburgh Barkevious Mingo OLB 6'4" 240 LSU Antonio Morrison ILB 6'1" 235 Florida John Simon OLB 6'1" 260 Ohio State Akeem Ayers OLB 6'3" 255 UCLA Sean Spence ILB 5'11" 231 Miami (Fla.) Edwin Jackson ILB 6'0" 230 Georgia Southern Lavar Edwards OLB 6'4" 275 LSU Deiontrez Mount OLB 6'5" 249 Louisville Curt Maggitt OLB 6'3" 250 Tennessee Deon King ILB 6'1" 230 Norfolk State Luke Rhodes ILB 6'2" 242 William & Mary Alex Bazzie LB 6'1" 229 Marshall Offensive Line Ryan Kelly C 6'4" 313 Alabama Anthony Castonzo T 6'7" 311 Boston College Jack Mewhort T/G 6'6" 312 Ohio State Joe Haeg T 6'6" 304 North Dakota State Le'Raven Clark T 6'5" 319 Texas Tech Denzelle Good T/G 6'5" 355 Mars Hill Brian Schwenke C/G 6'3" 315 California Austin Blythe C 6'3" 298 Iowa Fahn Cooper T 6'5" 306 Mississippi Jeremy Vujnovich T 6'5" 300 Louisiana College Adam Redmond G 6'6" 290 Harvard Isiah Cage T 6'5" 312 Wis.-Eau Claire Quarterbacks Andrew Luck QB 6'4" 240 Stanford Stephen Morris QB 6'2" 218 Miami FL Scott Tolzien QB 6'2" 213 Wisconsin Running Backs Frank Gore RB 5'9" 217 Miami (FL) Robert Turbin RB 5'10" 225 Utah State Josh Ferguson RB 5'10" 200 Illinois Tight Ends Jack Doyle TE 6'6" 267 Western Kentucky Erik Swoope TE 6'5" 257 Miami (FL) Brandon Williams TE 6'3" 247 Oregon Wide Recievers T.Y. Hilton WR 5'9" 180 Florida International Donte Moncrief WR 6'2" 222 Mississippi Kamar Aiken WR 6'2" 215 Central Florida Phillip Dorsett WR 5'10" 185 Miami Chester Rogers WR 6'1" 180 Grambling State Devin Street WR 6'3" 200 Pittsburgh Quan Bray WR 5'10" 186 Auburn Marcus Leak WR 6'0" 210 Maryland Tevaun Smith WR 6'2" 205 Iowa Special Teams Adam Vinatieri K 6'0" 206 South Dakota State Jeff Locke P 6'0" 195 UCLA Matt Overton LS 6'1" 243 Western Washington Joe Fortunato LS 6'5" 240 Delaware Devon Bell K 6'2" 193 Mississippi State
  8. It takes a long time for NFL analyst to recognize any change. They only know how to regurgitate old information. I am sure most of these same people will be saying the AFC South is a worthless division too. I like our Offensive Line, and I believe it will become top 5 in the NFL within the next couple of years. This is a good looking group: Ryan Kelly C 6'4" 313 Alabama Anthony Castonzo T 6'7" 311 Boston College Jack Mewhort T/G 6'6" 312 Ohio State Joe Haeg T 6'6" 304 North Dakota State Le'Raven Clark T 6'5" 319 Texas Tech Denzelle Good T/G 6'5" 355 Mars Hill Brian Schwenke C/G 6'3" 315 California Austin Blythe C 6'3" 298 Iowa Fahn Cooper T 6'5" 306 Mississippi Jeremy Vujnovich T 6'5" 300 Louisiana College Adam Redmond G 6'6" 290 Harvard Isiah Cage T 6'5" 312 Wis.-Eau Claire
  9. Doesn't take a Prophet to predict that about 3-4 of these players will likely be a Colt in a little over a month. Marshon Lattimore 6'0" 193 Ohio State Tre'Davious White 5'11¼" 192 LSU Quincy Wilson 6'1½" 211 Florida Teez Tabor 6'0½" 199 Florida Marlon Humphrey 6'0¼" 197 Alabama Jourdan Lewis 5'10¼" 188 Michigan Gareon Conley 6'0" 195 Ohio State Adoree' Jackson 5'10" 186 USC Chidobe Awuzie 5'11⅞" 202 Colorado Kevin King 6'3" 200 Washington Desmond King 5'9⅞" 201 Iowa Damontae Kazee 5'10¼" 184 San Diego State Sidney Jones 6'0" 186 Washington Cameron Sutton 5'11¼" 188 Tennessee Rasul Douglas 6'1⅝" 209 West Virginia Fabian Moreau 6'0½" 206 UCLA Cordrea Tankersley 6'1¼" 199 Clemson Brendan Langley 6'0⅜" 201 Lamar Marquez White 5'11¾" 194 Florida State Howard Wilson 6'0⅝" 184 Houston Shaquill Griffin 6'0⅛" 194 UCF Ashton Lampkin 6'0¼" 189 Oklahoma State Brian Allen 6'3⅛" 215 Utah Corn Elder 5'9⅞" 183 Miami (FL) Cole Luke 5'11" 196 Notre Dame Demetrious Cox 5'10½" 191 Michigan State Channing Stribling 6'1¼" 188 Michigan Sojourn Shelton 5'9" 177 Wisconsin Ezra Robinson 5'11" 189 Tennessee State Dwayne Thomas 5'11" 185 LSU Will Likely 5'6⅝" 180 Maryland Nate Hairston 5'11⅞" 196 Temple Treston Decoud 6'1⅞" 206 Oregon State Jeremy Clark 6'3⅜" 220 Michigan
  10. Not the prettiest group I have ever seen. Imagine if we did not have Vontae. Vontae Davis CB 5'11" 207 Illinois Darius Butler S 5'10" 188 Connecticut T.J. Green S 6'3" 205 Clemson Duke Williams S 5'11" 201 Nevada Clayton Geathers S 6'2" 220 Central Florida Rashaan Melvin CB 6'2" 193 Northern Illinois Darryl Morris CB 5'10" 188 Texas State Tevin Mitchel CB 6'0" 183 Arkansas Matthias Farley S 5'11" 210 Notre Dame Stefan McClure S 5'11" 205 California Christopher Milton CB 5'11" 190 Georgia Tech Frankie Williams CB 5'9" 190 Purdue Lee Hightower S 6'2" 200 Houston Charles James II CB 5'9" 185 Charleston Southern Larry Scott CB 5'11" 194 Oregon State Andrew Williamson S 6'1" 212 Vanderbilt
  11. Faulk had knee surgery following the San Diego game. The phantom tackle on Lamont Warren was unfortunate, and I do agree that would not have happened to Marshall. Truth is, we had like 5 chances to win that game. Most notably the failure for Warren to gain a yard, and the pick Coryatt dropped that would have sealed the game. Even on the last play, Bailey almost caught it. I actually thought he did at first.
  12. They can beg all they want, but it will not change anything.
  13. Stop making stuff up. Faulk had surgery on his left knee following the San Diego playoff game. He did not want to be traded, but Bill Polian did not want to pay him. Those are the facts. Try to stick to them.
  14. He injured his knee in 95 and had surgery following the playoff win over San Diego. The game where Crockett went off for about a buck-fifty and two scores.
  15. Disagree. Marshall Faulk was a quarterback on the field. He understood the game better than most of the quarterbacks who ever played. Marshall Faulk was the most complete back to ever play in the NFL. Dickerson was a talented runner, but no where near the complete back as Faulk.

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