If he really is contemplating retirement I highly doubt anybody is even thinking about his return from IR this season. Plus have all heard the talk of his knees being the reason for his subpar play. If the retirement rumor isn't true then who knows until more info about his knee is released.
His play style just doesn't mesh with the Colts offense. Why would the Colts bring a guy in who is not going to come cheap and then have to completely restructure your offense for only a few weeks until Luck is ready to play? It makes zero sense from a football standpoint. I agree he is leaps and bounds better than Tolzien but Jacoby is use to running a complex pro system where Kap is still a spread type QB. If Luck was gone for the year picking Kap up would make sense because you wouldn't be completely changing systems.
It will take Tolzien having career games, which shouldn't be that hard, to win any games he starts. Unless the running game finds the ability to become a strength or the defense can play lights out. Rams 24-13
I would absolutely hate the pick. As bad as we are on defense its about a must to spend the first pick on that side of the ball. Very few guys on the offensive side of the ball I would even consider and the only one on the line would be Lamp.
I think Ingram has to be the Colts #1 target. We have next to nothing for a pass rush currently and who exactly can you pencil in at OLB? Id still grab either Takk or Lawson in the draft. Poe would be a great addition but outside pass rush must be the priority