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  1. Round 1: A: Azeez Ojulari Georgia/EDGE B: Samuel Cosmi Texas/OT C: Kwity Paye Michigan/EDGE Round 2: A: Gregory Rousseau Miami (FL)/EDGE B: Liam Eichenberg Notre Dame/OT C: Kadarius Toney Florida/WR Round 4: A: Hunter Long Boston College/TE B: Tommy Togiai Ohio State/DL3T C: James Hudson Cincinnati/OT Round 5: A; Keith Taylor Washington/CB B: K.J. Britt Auburn/ILB C: Jordan Smith UAB/EDGE Round 6: A: Alaric Jackson Iowa/OT B: Camryn Bynum Cal/CB C: Amen Ogbongbemiga Oklahoma State/OLB Round 7: A: Jonathon Cooper Ohio State/EDGE B: Kary Vincent Jr. LSU/CB C: Tre' McKitty Georgia/TE
  2. 100% This year is going to be a buyers market unlike any other in league history. Cap space will be insanely valuable putting the Colts in a perfect position to capitalize. Chris Ballard is rightfully maximizing the Colts influence.
  3. Golladay. I like him but prefer Marvin Jones at half the price.
  4. With the 77th selection the Patriots select Jaime Newman * QB * Georgia @EastStreetis on the clock.
  5. I'd rather the Colts look elsewhere for a receiver/s. There is an opportunity to restock the receiving corps with legit veteran options whom collectively would be cheaper than paying TY. The first such player on my radar is Marvin Jones. His numbers are slightly better than Golladay's over the past few seasons plus he will command only a 1/3-1/2 of TY's contract. This thread has mentioned Agholor as well. So why not sign two receivers instead of one? For instance: Marvin Jones 3/$21 m and Nelson Agholor 2/$10 m = $12 m per v/s TY Hilton 3/45 m = $15 m per I think the above makes a compelling case not only to move on from TY, but also not to consider any of the tier 1 receivers as it is a waste of money because there are no superstars available. Just the best of this class. The problem with TY is that he expects the Colts to pay him like he is elite to this class. Teams that hand out these types of sentimental contracts usually end up regretting it soon after.
  6. With the 46th pick the New England Patriots select Joseph Ossai * Edge * Texas @EastStreetis on the clock with LAC.
  7. Carson was borderline elite during seasons 2-4 so if he can regain that form then we've got a franchise QB. All things considered I am genuinely happy that the Colts finally have a QB and the fact that they didn't have to overcompensate the Eagles was brilliant.
  8. It's possible as I had my eye on Waddle. Let me digest this over dinner and I'll let you know in short order. Edit: Care to share the offer you received for Surtain?
  9. With the 15th pick the New England Patriots select: Patrick Surtain II * CB * Bama @Smoke317is on the clock with Arizona.
  10. New England’s 15th pick is on the block just send me an offer if you’re interested
  11. For sure the Eagles and Bears could force a trade, but apparently the Bears want a commitment from Wentz before pulling the trigger.
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