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Caleb3502

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  1. Would love to see Washington come away with a win today. Rooting for Alex Smith to make it back to the playoffs.
  2. I'd be willing to take a flier on someone like Ryan Anderson. A second rounder in 2017 that does not touch the field anymore since Washington is loaded at EDGE. I'd trade a conditional 6th or 7th for him.
  3. John Ross traded to New England Kyle Rudolph
  4. Pro Football Reference has Biasucci as wearing #5 during his rookie season. I chose him over Collins and Freeman because Biasucci played more games with #5 than the other two did. Could have went Steve Mike-Mayer as well, but Deano was the more accurate kicker. Anthony Gonzalez probably makes more sense over Jeff George looking at it now. George wasn't good in Indy, but he had a decently long career and had a few good years in Atlanta and Oakland. I initially gave it to Jeff George because he played more games for Indy than Gonzalez did.
  5. Not sure if this has been done before or not, but with nothing better to do, I went on Pro Football Reference and tried to find the best Colts player for every jersey number. 1: Pat McAfee 2: Raul Allegre 3. Rohn Stark 4. Adam Vinatieri HM: Jim Harbaugh 5. Dean Biasucci 6. Dan Orlovsky 7. Bert Jones 8. Matt Hasselbeck 9. Mark Hermann 10. Jack Trudeau 11. Jeff George 12. Andrew Luck 13. TY Hilton 14. Cary Blanchard 15. Earl Morrall 16. Mike Wood 17. Hunter Smith HM: Austin Collie
  6. In terms of trading into the 1st round, I think a realistic trade would be with San Francisco, since they do not have a pick in Rounds 2-4. I do not think they would trade into the 1st unless there's a QB they really like is available that they can get the 5th year option on. San Francisco receives: #34, #122 = 610 points Indianapolis receives: #31 = 600 points The highest we could realistically move into the 1st round is Atlanta's pick at #16, but would cost us both of our seconds. Atlanta receives: #34, #44 = 1,020 points Indianapolis receive
  7. It's hard moving on from a legend, but I think it's time for Adam to transition into some other role.
  8. Maybe they're sitting down with him to discuss a potential coaching position.
  9. I remember him being a decent player in Oakland. Haven't heard much from him since, but he should be a decent depth player. Hasn't been terrible the past three seasons: 2019 52 tackles, 1 INT, 1 FF, 4 PD, 1 Sack 2018 74 tackles, 1 INT, 2 FF, 8 PD, 1 Sack 2017 84 tackles, 9 PD
  10. Under Grigson. Lawrence Guy was waived by the Colts in 2013 and the Chargers picked him up. Guy was waived right after his blocked field goal vs Seattle. Chargers waived him in 2014 and the Ravens picked him up. Had 4.5 sacks in 2015 for Baltimore, but only 1 sack in 2016. In 2017 Patriots signed him to a 4 year/$20 million deal. The last three seasons for NE, he has played in every game and started all but two of them. He has averaged around 60 tackles/year for NE, and had 3 sacks last year.
  11. 15 tackles in 11 games played this year. He seemed to be a decent special team/rotational player.
  12. Forgot about John Simon. He's been a decent player for New England. Had 4 sacks, an interception, and a forced fumble last year. He didn't really have a solid spot in Indy (4-3 OLB or 4-3 DE). Glad to see he's getting playing time in New England.
  13. I thought it would be interested to look at the players the Colts let walk in Free Agency, and the type of season they had after they left the Colts. 2017 S Mike Adams - Signed with Panthers: 69 tackles, 2 INT, 2 FF, 10 PD. Just retired. C Jonotthan Harrison - Signed with Jets: No real stats to measure lineman, but the last two years he has played all 32 games and started 18. DT Zach Kerr - Signed with Broncos: 19 tackles, 0.5 sacks in 11 games. Signed a 2 year deal with Panthers this month. ILB Josh McNary - Signed with Jaguars: release
  14. I guess there thought process is that they are giving the Colts compensation to take on his cap hit. Even with that, I don't think they would give us their 3rd. While I think he could be an upgrade, it would probably be better to take someone at #34 or #44.
  15. Had 15 tackles and 1 sack last year, though he did not get much playing time with that stout 49ers front.
  16. While it does not appear to be a legitimate source, this account has been in on a lot of the off-season moves. He's getting older but is an upgrade over what we have. Eagles would have a big dead cap hit this year ($16,196,000) but would free up a lot of money for 2021, where they are currently projected to have - $19,931,107. Bleacher Report listed the Colts as potential trade targets (https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2877621-potential-trade-packages-landing-spots-for-alshon-jeffery) and suggested the proposed offer: Colts acquire Jeffery and 2020 third-round dra
  17. It appears we both posted the same thing at the same time lol. Though I posted in the news in the Draft, Scouting, and Free Agent Talk.
  18. The only thing I'd suggest is Harrison Hand in the 5th over Cephus. He's a solid zone CB from Temple that can play on the outside next to fellow Temple CB Ya Sin.
  19. Still some vets on the market. Taylor Gabriel, Demarcus Robinson, Rashard Higgins. It is a deep WR class so we should be able to grab one or two decent ones.
  20. Pete Rose's 4,256 hits. Ichiro had 4,369 hits in his entire professional career, but 1,278 of them were in Nippon Professional League in Japan.
  21. Based on Overthecap, Colts have ~ $21.6 M in cap space remaining. Trading Brissett would save ~ $15.8 M and cutting him would save ~ $8.9 M. Could also cut Hoyer now and save $3 M or designate him as a Post-June cut and save $4 M. Colts could potentially bring their cap space to between $32 M - $40 M.
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