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  1. Caleb3502

    Jerrell Freeman Retires

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000931093/article/bears-lb-jerrell-freeman-announces-retirement
  2. Caleb3502

    Colts Roster After Day 2

    Here's how the roster stands going into Day 3. The Colts have four picks today: 1 4th, 2 5ths, and 1 7th, but Ballard may trade down and acquire more picks. Positional needs I believe are targets today are LB, CB, WR, RB, and DT. I think we are in a good spot with the TE, QB, OL, S, DE and of course Special Teams. I think we can get by without taking a RB or a CB today, but if the right prospect is there, they should take it. RB Targets Mark Walton John Kelly Justin Jackson Bo Scarbrough Kalen Ballage Nyheim Hines WR Targets Equanimeous St. Brown Allan Lazard Simmie Cobbs Deon Cain Marcell Ateman DaeSean Hamilton Daurice Fountain Keke Coutee Trey Quinn DT Targets Maurice Hurst RJ McIntosh Bilal Nichols Andrew Brown Jalyn Holmes Foley Fatukasi Tim Settle Derrick Nnadi CB Targets Anthony Averett Tremon Smith Holton Hill LB Targets Josey Jewell Shaquem Griffin Micah Kiser Christian Sam Skai Moore Bold - Possible/Most Likely Starters Italics - Rookie Offense QB: Luck, Brissett, Walker, Kaaya RB: Mack, Turbin, Michael, Jones, Ferguson WR: Hilton, Grant, Rogers, Wright, Anderson, Brent, Hogan, Jones, Liggins, Listenbee, Smelter TE: Doyle, Ebron, Swoope, Daniels, Travis, Vaander Laan, Cox OT: Castonzo, Haeg, Burwell, Clark, Good, OG: Nelson, Smith, Mewhort, Slauson, Glowinski, Williams, Vujnovich, C: Kelly, Fabiano, Bond, Defense DE: Sheard, Simon, Autry, Basham, Turay, Lewis, Hunt, Calvin DT: Anderson, Woods, Ridgeway, Stewart, Mbu, Johnson, Reid OLB: Leonard, Goode, George, Perry, Miley, Adams MLB: Walker, Morrison, Grace, Sankey CB: Wilson, Desir, Hairston, Acker, Milton, Moore, White FS: Hooker, Green SS: Farley, Geathers, Martin Special Teams K: Vinatieri P: Sanchez LS: Rhodes
  3. 1 - CLE: Sam Darnold, QB, USC Darnold is the most polished QB prospect in the draft, and Cleveland can't pass up the best QB in the draft again. 2 - NYG: Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA Giants need to start planning for the eventual retirement of Eli Manning. Rosen can sit for a year or two and take over the franchise from Manning. 3 - NYJ: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming Allen can sit a year behind either Bridgewater or McCown and fine tune his game. 4 - CLE: Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State The Browns continue to revamp their offense by grabbing the most exciting and prolific playmaker in the draft. 5 - DEN: Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame Denver opts to pass up on QB and plan on building a line to protect Keenum 6 - IND: Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State Colts were 31st in sacks last year. Chubb is the best pass rusher in the draft. 7 - TB: Derwin James, S, Florida State James brings a much needed presence in the secondary. 8 - (FROM CHI) BUF: Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma Buffalo trades with the Bears to move up to take Mayfield 9 - (FROM SF) ARI: Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville Arizona trades with San Francisco to jump in front of Miami to grab their franchise QB. 10 - OAK: Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia With Tahir Whitehead and Smith, Oakland has a strong linebacking corps. 11 - MIA: Tremaine Edmunds, OLB, Virginia Tech Miami will hold off on drafting a QB for now and take a freak defensive talent with tons of potential. 12 - (FROM BUF) CHI: Minkah Fitzpatrick, CB/S, Alabama Bears get a versatile DB to pair up with Fuller, Amos, and Jackson. 13 - WAS: Vita Vea, DT, Washington Vea will help fix the Redskins' weak run defense. 14 - GB: Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State Green Bay gets a top corner, something they haven't had in years. 15 - (FROM ARI) SF: Marcus Davenport, DE, UTSA San Francisco needs pass rush after being 26th in sacks in 2017. 16 - BAL: Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama Maclin and Wallace are gone, Crabtree is aging, and Perriman is a huge question mark, Flacco gets a stable #1 WR. 17 - LAC: Leighton Vander Esch, ILB, Boise State Chargers continue to build up their defense by getting their QB of the defense. 18 - SEA: Joshua Jackson, CB, Iowa Seattle needs to start a new LOB with Sherman gone. 19 - DAL: Da'Ron Payne, DT, Alabama Dallas needs to fortify their D-Line. 20 - DET: Derrius Guice, RB, LSU Even with the addition of Blount, Detroit needs another talented RB since Abdullah didn't work out well. 21 - CIN: Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP Bengals fortify their offensive line, especially the interor. 22 - (FROM BUF) CHI: Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia Bears need to build up their O-Line to keep Trubisky clean. 23 - (FROM STL) NE: Mike Hughes, CB, UCF Patriots need to get better in the secondary, especially with the loss of Malcolm Butler. 24 - CAR: D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland Newton needs more offensive weapons. 25 - TEN: Harold Landry, DE, Boston College Tennessee needs more consistent pass rush. 26 - ATL: Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan Falcons need a solid presence at DT with the loss of Dontari Poe. 27 - NO: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU Brees gets another offensive weapon to pair up with Michael Thomas. 28 - PIT: Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama With Shazier possibly never playing again and definitely not playing in 2018, ILB is a pressing need that should be addressed early. 29 - JAX: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame Jaguars need a solid RT to block for Fournette and Bortles. 30 - MIN: Connor Williams, OT, Texas Minnesota needs help at OT to keep their $30 million QB healthy. 31 - NE: James Daniels, C, Iowa New England strengthens their interior O-Line to help keep Brady untouched in the pocket. 32 - PHI: Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville Eagles make their secondary even stronger.
  4. 1 - CLE: Sam Darnold, QB, USC Darnold is the most polished QB prospect in the draft, and Cleveland can't pass up the best QB in the draft again. 2 - NYG: Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA Giants need to start planning for the eventual retirement of Eli Manning. Rosen can sit for a year or two and take over the franchise from Manning. 3 - NYJ: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming Allen can sit a year behind either Bridgewater or McCown and fine tune his game. 4 - CLE: Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State The Browns continue to revamp their offense by grabbing the most exciting and prolific playmaker in the draft. 5 - DEN: Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame Denver opts to pass up on QB and plan on building a line to protect Keenum 6 - IND: Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State Colts were 31st in sacks last year. Chubb is the best pass rusher in the draft. 7 - TB: Derwin James, S, Florida State James brings a much needed presence in the secondary. 8 - (FROM CHI) BUF: Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma Buffalo trades with the Bears to move up to take Mayfield 9 - (FROM SF) ARI: Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville Arizona trades with San Francisco to jump in front of Miami to grab their franchise QB. 10 - OAK: Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia With Tahir Whitehead and Smith, Oakland has a strong linebacking corps. 11 - MIA: Tremaine Edmunds, OLB, Virginia Tech Miami will hold off on drafting a QB for now and take a freak defensive talent with tons of potential. 12 - (FROM BUF) CHI: Minkah Fitzpatrick, CB/S, Alabama Bears get a versatile DB to pair up with Fuller, Amos, and Jackson. 13 - WAS: Vita Vea, DT, Washington Vea will help fix the Redskins' weak run defense. 14 - GB: Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State Green Bay gets a top corner, something they haven't had in years. 15 - (FROM ARI) SF: Marcus Davenport, DE, UTSA San Francisco needs pass rush after being 26th in sacks in 2017. 16 - BAL: Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama Maclin and Wallace are gone, Crabtree is aging, and Perriman is a huge question mark, Flacco gets a stable #1 WR. 17 - LAC: Leighton Vander Esch, ILB, Boise State Chargers continue to build up their defense by getting their QB of the defense. 18 - SEA: Joshua Jackson, CB, Iowa Seattle needs to start a new LOB with Sherman gone. 19 - DAL: Da'Ron Payne, DT, Alabama Dallas needs to fortify their D-Line. 20 - DET: Derrius Guice, RB, LSU Even with the addition of Blount, Detroit needs another talented RB since Abdullah didn't work out well. 21 - CIN: Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP Bengals fortify their offensive line, especially the interor. 22 - (FROM BUF) CHI: Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia Bears need to build up their O-Line to keep Trubisky clean. 23 - (FROM STL) NE: Mike Hughes, CB, UCF Patriots need to get better in the secondary, especially with the loss of Malcolm Butler. 24 - CAR: D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland Newton needs more offensive weapons. 25 - TEN: Harold Landry, DE, Boston College Tennessee needs more consistent pass rush. 26 - ATL: Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan Falcons need a solid presence at DT with the loss of Dontari Poe. 27 - NO: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU Brees gets another offensive weapon to pair up with Michael Thomas. 28 - PIT: Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama With Shazier possibly never playing again and definitely not playing in 2018, ILB is a pressing need that should be addressed early. 29 - JAX: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame Jaguars need a solid RT to block for Fournette and Bortles. 30 - MIN: Connor Williams, OT, Texas Minnesota needs help at OT to keep their $30 million QB healthy. 31 - NE: James Daniels, C, Iowa New England strengthens their interior O-Line to help keep Brady untouched in the pocket. 32 - PHI: Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville Eagles make their secondary even stronger.
  5. Your score is: 22886 (GRADE: A-) Your Picks: Round 1 Pick 6: Chubb, Bradley, DE, North Carolina State (A+) Round 2 Pick 4: Crosby, Tyrell, OT, Oregon (A-) Round 2 Pick 5: Evans, Rashaan, OLB/ILB, Alabama (B+) Round 2 Pick 26 (ATL): Davis, Carlton, CB, Auburn (A) Round 3 Pick 3: Jones II, Ronald, RB, Southern California (A+) Round 3 Pick 26 (ATL): Baker, Jerome, OLB, Ohio State (A+) Round 4 Pick 4: Brown, Tony, CB, Alabama (A+) Round 4 Pick 26 (ATL): Callaway, Antonio, WR, Florida (A+) Round 5 Pick 3: Burnett, Deontay, WR, Southern California (A) Round 6 Pick 4: Ford, Poona, DT, Texas (A+) Round 7 Pick 3: Atkins, John, DT, Georgia (A+)
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    Predict the 2018 Colts OL

    LT: Anthony Castonzo LG: Andrew Norwell C: Ryan Kelly RG: Will Hernandez RT: Cameron Fleming
  7. I think it will be Anthony Hitchens as well. Probably something like 4 Years/$26 million.
  8. Projected Cap Space: 77 Million Re-Signed Players CB Rashaan Melvin - 3 Years/21 Million OLB Barkevious Mingo – 2 Years/4 Million G Mike Person – 1 Year/1 Million TE Brandon Williams – 1 Year/900K CB Pierre Desir – 1 Year/1.25 Million K Adam Vinatieri – 2 Years/6 Million WR Donte Moncrief – 1 Year/3.55 Million ILB Jon Bostic – 1 Year/1 Million LS Luke Rhodes – ERFA 600K TE Erik Swoope - ERFA 600K CB Chris Milton – ERFA 600K Cap Remaining: 55.5 Millon I think the Colts should keep Melvin and keep the CB core that they had. Bostic is definitely not the best but he would be a decent depth player. I think he will be resigned for now, maybe a potential roster cut in August. Moncrief stays on a 1 year prove it deal. I don't see Mewhort playing football again. Person is a serviceable backup & Mingo is a decent rotational player. Free Agency G Andrew Norwell 5 Years/62 Million LB Anthony Hitchens 4 Years/26 Million WR Paul Richardson 3 Years/19 Million T Cameron Fleming 4 Years/19 Million ILB Demario Davis 3 Years/16 million HB Jerick McKinnon 4 Year/16 Millon G/T Michael Schofield 1 Year/1 Million CB Leonard Johnson 1 Year/900K ILB Nick Bellore 1 Year/1 Million Cap Remaining: 13.3 million While Norwell may be going to New York, I think the Colts can get him to sign. Johnson, Bellore, and Schofield are decent depth players. Davis can start at ILB. Richardson gives Luck another target besides Hilton and the questionable Moncrief. Hitchens is a great fit with Eberflus and a solid addition to the linebacking core. I like McKinnon a lot and I think he would complement Mack and Royce Freeman in the backfield. Cameron Fleming solidifies the right side of the line. Draft Round 1 – DE Bradley Chubb/NC State Round 2 – G Will Hernandez/UTEP Round 3 – HB Royce Freeman/Oregon Round 4 – LB Fred Warner/BYU Round 5 – WR Jaleel Scott/New Mexico St. Round 6 – DL Zaycovern Henderson/Texas A&M Round 7 – CB Davonte Harris/Illinois St. Cap Remaining: 3.3 million Colts were 31st in the NFL in sacks, so Bradley Chubb is a player that they can't pass up on. Hernandez is getting first round looks, but I think there's a chance he slides into the beginning of the second round. Freeman & McKinnon combine to replace Gore in the backfield with Mack. Fred Warner adds depth to the linebacking corp. Jaleel Scott provides Luck with another target, you can never have too many offensive weapons. Henderson & Harris provide more depth for situational plays and special teams. Training Camp Roster Italics - Rookie Bold - Free Agent Quarterbacks: Jacoby Brissett, Brad Kaaya, Andrew Luck Running backs: Josh Ferguson, Marlon Mack, Robert Turbin, George Winn, Jerick McKinnon, Royce Freeman Wide receivers: K. J. Brent, T. Y. Hilton, Krishawn Hogan, Chester Rogers, Donte Moncrief, Paul Richardson, Jaleel Scott Tight ends: Darrell Daniels, Jack Doyle, Ross Travis, Jason Vander Laan, Brandon Williams, Erik Swoope Offensive Tackle: Tyreek Burwell, Le'Raven Clark, Dezelle Good, Michael Schofield, Cameron Fleming, Anthony Castonzo Offensive Guard: Andrew Norwell, Will Hernandez, Mark Glowinski, Joe Haeg, Mike Person Center: Ryan Kelly, Deyshawn Bond, Anthony Fabiano Defensive End - Henry Anderson, Johnathan Hankins, Margus Hunt, Anthony Johnson, Caraun Reid, Bradley Chubb, Hassan Ridgeway Defensive Tackle: Joey Mbu, Al Woods, Grover Stewart, Zaycovern Henderson Outside Linebacker: Tarell Basham, Jabaal Sheard, John Simon, Anthony Hitchens, Barkevious Mingo Inside Linebacker: Jeremiah George, Antonio Morrison, Jermaine Grace, Anthony Walker Jr., Jon Bostic, Demario Davis, Nick Bellore, Fred Warner Cornerback: Nate Hairston, Rashaan Melvin, Pierre Desir, Kenny Moore, DJ White, Quincy Wilson, Davonte Harris, Leonard Johnson, Chris Milton Safety: Matthias Farley, Clayton Geathers, T. J. Green, Malik Hooker, Ronald Martin Kicker: Adam Vintaieri Punter: Rigoberto Sanchez Long Snapper: Luke Rhodes The roster has 77 players, so the cap space won't be that bad once the roster is brought down to 53 players.
  9. Projected Cap Space: 77 Million Re-Signed Players CB Rashaan Melvin - 3 Years/21 Million OLB Barkevious Mingo – 2 Years/4 Million G Mike Person – 1 Year/1 Million TE Brandon Williams – 1 Year/900K CB Pierre Desir – 1 Year/1.25 Million K Adam Vinatieri – 2 Years/6 Million WR Donte Moncrief – 1 Year/3.55 Million ILB Jon Bostic – 1 Year/1 Million LS Luke Rhodes – ERFA 600K TE Erik Swoope - ERFA 600K CB Chris Milton – ERFA 600K Cap Remaining: 55.5 Millon I think the Colts should keep Melvin and keep the CB core that they had. Bostic is definitely not the best but he would be a decent depth player. I think he will be resigned for now, maybe a potential roster cut in August. Moncrief stays on a 1 year prove it deal. I don't see Mewhort playing football again. Person is a serviceable backup & Mingo is a decent rotational player. Free Agency G Andrew Norwell 5 Years/62 Million LB Anthony Hitchens 4 Years/26 Million WR Paul Richardson 3 Years/19 Million T Cameron Fleming 4 Years/19 Million ILB Demario Davis 3 Years/16 million HB Jerick McKinnon 4 Year/16 Millon G/T Michael Schofield 1 Year/1 Million CB Leonard Johnson 1 Year/900K ILB Nick Bellore 1 Year/1 Million Cap Remaining: 13.3 million While Norwell may be going to New York, I think the Colts can get him to sign. Johnson, Bellore, and Schofield are decent depth players. Davis can start at ILB. Richardson gives Luck another target besides Hilton and the questionable Moncrief. Hitchens is a great fit with Eberflus and a solid addition to the linebacking core. I like McKinnon a lot and I think he would complement Mack and Royce Freeman in the backfield. Cameron Fleming solidifies the right side of the line. Draft Round 1 – DE Bradley Chubb/NC State Round 2 – G Will Hernandez/UTEP Round 3 – HB Royce Freeman/Oregon Round 4 – LB Fred Warner/BYU Round 5 – WR Jaleel Scott/New Mexico St. Round 6 – DL Zaycovern Henderson/Texas A&M Round 7 – CB Davonte Harris/Illinois St. Cap Remaining: 3.3 million Colts were 31st in the NFL in sacks, so Bradley Chubb is a player that they can't pass up on. Hernandez is getting first round looks, but I think there's a chance he slides into the beginning of the second round. Freeman & McKinnon combine to replace Gore in the backfield with Mack. Fred Warner adds depth to the linebacking corp. Jaleel Scott provides Luck with another target, you can never have too many offensive weapons. Henderson & Harris provide more depth for situational plays and special teams. Training Camp Roster Italics - Rookie Bold - Free Agent Quarterbacks: Jacoby Brissett, Brad Kaaya, Andrew Luck Running backs: Josh Ferguson, Marlon Mack, Robert Turbin, George Winn, Jerick McKinnon, Royce Freeman Wide receivers: K. J. Brent, T. Y. Hilton, Krishawn Hogan, Chester Rogers, Donte Moncrief, Paul Richardson, Jaleel Scott Tight ends: Darrell Daniels, Jack Doyle, Ross Travis, Jason Vander Laan, Brandon Williams, Erik Swoope Offensive Tackle: Tyreek Burwell, Le'Raven Clark, Dezelle Good, Michael Schofield, Cameron Fleming, Anthony Castonzo Offensive Guard: Andrew Norwell, Will Hernandez, Mark Glowinski, Joe Haeg, Mike Person Center: Ryan Kelly, Deyshawn Bond, Anthony Fabiano Defensive End - Henry Anderson, Johnathan Hankins, Margus Hunt, Anthony Johnson, Caraun Reid, Bradley Chubb, Hassan Ridgeway Defensive Tackle: Joey Mbu, Al Woods, Grover Stewart, Zaycovern Henderson Outside Linebacker: Tarell Basham, Jabaal Sheard, John Simon, Anthony Hitchens, Barkevious Mingo Inside Linebacker: Jeremiah George, Antonio Morrison, Jermaine Grace, Anthony Walker Jr., Jon Bostic, Demario Davis, Nick Bellore, Fred Warner Cornerback: Nate Hairston, Rashaan Melvin, Pierre Desir, Kenny Moore, DJ White, Quincy Wilson, Davonte Harris, Leonard Johnson, Chris Milton Safety: Matthias Farley, Clayton Geathers, T. J. Green, Malik Hooker, Ronald Martin Kicker: Adam Vintaieri Punter: Rigoberto Sanchez Long Snapper: Luke Rhodes The roster has 77 players, so the cap space won't be that bad once the roster is brought down to 53 players.
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    McDaniels rejects Colts.

    Not sure if this has been posted yet. From the Colts 2018 season Wikipedia page: The 2018 Indianapolis Colts season will be the franchise's upcoming 66th season in the National Football League, the 35th in Indianapolis. It would have been the first season under traitor Josh McDaniels who has instead committed a heinous act of treason. It will be the second season under the leadership of general manager Chris Ballard. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_Indianapolis_Colts_season
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    Colts @ Los Angeles Rams Game Day Thread

    I officially dislike Tolzien more than Trent Richardson.
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    Luck will miss several weeks?

    Colts Schedule for September: at Rams vs Cardinals vs Brown
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    Anyone else excited?

    They beat the Titans in the last week of 2015 with Josh Freeman and Ryan Lindley.