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  1. 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 receives: #16 = 1,000 points 

     

    Trading back from #34 is not entirely unrealistic. I have seen the idea of trading back with Cleveland for pick #41 if they wanted to move up.  

     

    Cleveland receives: #34, #122 = 610 points 

    Indianapolis receives: #41, #112, #187 = 617.4 points 

     

    Like you said, general managers are not going to follow this chart religiously, but it is a helpful guide that illustrates realistic trading scenarios. 


  2. 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 

     

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  3. 31 minutes ago, DEFENSE said:

    what about guy with the pats> was that grigs or ballard?

    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.   

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  4. 3 hours ago, holeymoley99 said:

    I liked John Simon while he was here, sad to see him cut in 2018. I know he didnt fit what we were moving to but good solid player.

    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. 


  5. 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: released before regular season 

     

    G Hugh Thornton - Signed with Falcons: retired 2 months later. Came back for Redskins pre-season in 2019 but was cut before regular season. 

     

    RB Jordan Todman - Signed with Texans: 4 kick returns for 84 yards. Has not played since 2017. 

     

    OLB Erik Walden - Signed with Titans: 36 tackles, 4 sacks. Has not played since 2017. 

     

    C/G Austin Blythe - Waived by Colts and Signed by Rams: Played in 31 games the last two years and started all of them. 

     

    TE Dwayne Allen - Traded with 6th round pick to Patriots for 4th round pick: 10 catches, 86 yards, 1 TD  

     

    2018

    WR Kamar Aiken - Signed with Eagles: 6 catches, 53 yards, 5 games played. Released after 5 games. 

     

    ILB Jon Bostic - Signed with Steelers: 73 tackles, 2.5 sacks. Signed with Redskins in 2019: 105 tackles, 1 sack, 1 INT

     

    S Darius Butler - Did not sign anywhere else 

     

    RB Frank Gore - Signed with Dolphins: 722 rush yards, 12 catches, 124 rec yards, 1 Rec TD 

     

    CB Rashaan Melvin - Signed with Raiders: 56 tackles, 1 INT, 9 PD. Played with Lions in 2019 and now signed with Jaguars this month. 

     

    OLB Barkevious Mingo - Signed with Seahawks: 48 tackles, 1 Sack, 2 FF 

     

    WR Donte Moncrief - Signed with Jaguars: 48 catches, 688 yards, 3 TD. 4 catches for 18 yards in 8 games with Steelers & Panthers in 2019.

     

    C Mike Person - Signed with 49ers: Played in 30 games the last two years and started all of them. Released this month.  

     

    QB Scott Tolzien - Selected by the Birmingham Iron of the AAF in the 3rd round of the 2019 AAF QB Draft. Did not play. Now a Cowboys' coaching assistant. 

     

    DL Henry Anderson - Traded to Jets for 7th round pick:  35 tackles, 7 sacks. In 2019, had 25 tackles and 1 sack. 

     

    2019

    LB Najee Goode - Signed with Jaguars: 27 tackles, 1 sack, 2 PD 

     

    WR Ryan Grant - Signed with Raiders: 1 catch for 4 yards in 2 games before being released. Signed by GB, but did not record a catch. 

     

    FB/TE Ryan Hewitt - Signed with Titans: Released before regular season. 

     

    WR Dontrelle Inman - Signed with Patriots: Released before regular season. Signed with Chargers: 8 catches, 132 yards in 4 games. Sign with Colts: 4 catches, 49 yards in 3 games. 

     

    S J.J. Wilcox - Signed with Falcons: placed on IR before season 

     

    DT Al Woods - Signed with Seahawks: 32 tackles, 1 sack. Signed with Jaguars this month. 

     

    CB Nate Hairston - Traded to Jets for Conditional 6th Round Pick: 24 tackles, 1 INT 

     

    C/G Evan Boehm - Traded with 7th Round Pick to Dolphins for 6th Round Pick:  Played 13 games, started 8.  

     

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  6. 35 minutes ago, 21isSuperman said:

    The Eagles would give up a 3rd round pick and a starting receiver only to pick up later round picks? It's usually picks + player for earlier picks, not later.

    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.  


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    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 draft pick from the Eagles for 2020 fifth- and seventh-round draft picks. 

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  8. 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. 


  9. 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. 


  10. With acquisition of Rivers and Buckner, Colts filled their two highest positional needs at QB and 3-Tech DT. Colts were able to retain Castonzo, so that solves the OT issue for now, though we could still look to develop someone in the draft. According to Overthecap (with Rivers' $25M cap hit added), 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. There are still areas that the Colts can improve on, and I'm am going to list potential options and how we could acquire them. 

     

    QB of the Future

     

    Jordan Love: Trade into 1st 

    Jacob Eason: Trade into 1st or #34 

    Jake Fromm: 2nd round 

    Jalen Hurts: 2nd Round 

    Anthony Gordon: 3rd round 

    James Morgan: 3rd or 4th round 

     

    Wide Receiver

     

    Emmanuel Sanders: 2 Years/$20 M 

    Devin Funchess: 1 Year/$6 M  

    Nelson Agholor: 1 Year/$5 M  

    Travis Benjamin:  2 Years/$8 M 

    Rashard Higgins: 1 Year/$2.5 M 

    Brashad Perriman: 1 Year/ $3 M 

    Denzel Mims: 2nd Round  

    Jalen Reagor: 2nd Round 

    Brandon Aiyuk: 2nd Round  

    Leviska Shenault Jr: 2nd Round 

    Chase Claypool: 2nd Round 

    Michael Pittman Jr: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Van Jefferson:  2nd or 3rd Round  

    Collin Johnson:  3rd or 4th Round 

    Antonio Gandy-Golden: 4th or 5th Round 

    Quintez Cephus: 4th or 5th Round 

    Jauan Jennings: 5th or 6th Round 

     

    Tight End

     

    Tyler Eifert: 1 Year/ $5 M 

    Cole Kmet: 2nd Round 

    Thaddeus Moss: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Adam Trautman: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Hunter Bryant: 3rd Round 

    Harrison Bryant: 3rd Round 

    Brycen Hopkins: 3rd Round  

    Albert Okwuegbunam: 3rd or 4th Round 

     

    Offensive Tackle

     

    Josh Jones: 2nd Round 

    Austin Jackson: 2nd Round 

    Ezra Cleveland: 2nd Round 

    Prince Tega Wanogho: 2nd Round 

    Lucas Niang: 3rd Round 

    Matthew Peart: 3rd Round 

    Trey Adams: 3rd or 4th Round 

    Hakeem Adeniji: 3rd or 4th Round 

    Alex Taylor: 5th Round 

    Charlie Heck: 5th Round 

    Scott Frantz: 6th or 7th Round 

    Jon Runyan Jr: 7th Round 

     

    EDGE

     

    Jabaal Sheard: 2 Years/ $12 M 

    Dante Fowler Jr:  2 Years/ $16 M 

    Curtis Weaver: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Jonathan Greenard: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Alex Highsmith: 4th Round 

    Kendall Coleman: 6th Round 

     

    1 Tech DT

     

    Linval Joseph: 2 Years/ $14 M 

    A'Shawn Robinson: 2 Years/ $8M 

    Damon Harrison Sr: 1 Year/ $7M 

    Neville Gallimore: 2nd Round 

    Raekwon Davis: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Leki Fotu: 3rd or 4th Round 

    Jordan Elliott: 3rd or 4th Round 

    Benito Jones: 4th or 5th Round 

     

    Cornerback/Safety

     

    Eric Berry: 1 Year/ $5M 

    Malcolm Jenkins: 2 Years/$14 M 

    Daryl Worley: 3 Years/$21 M 

    AJ Terrell: 2nd Round 

    Jaylon Johnson: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Jeremy Chinn: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Cameron Dantzler: 2nd or 3rd Round 

    Antoine Brooks Jr: 4th Round 

    Harrison Hand: 4th or 5th Round 

    Michael Ojemudia: 4th or 5th Round 

    Geno Stone: 5th or 6th Round 

     

    I'm sure there are others players that would fit as well, and I'm sure the contract projections are not entirely accurate. Regardless, this is just a list of potential fits for the Colts' remaining top needs. 

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  11. Here are 3 potential off-season possibilities: 

     

    Off-Season A

     

    Veteran Acquisitions

    Trade #13 to the Raiders for QB Derek Carr 

    Key re-signings: OT Anthony Castonzo, WR Devin Funchess, DE Jabaal Sheard

    Key free agents: DT Javon Hargrave, S Eric Berry, CB Byron Jones 

     

    Draft

    #34: WR Denzel Mims 

    #44: DT Ross Blacklock 

    #75: OT Matthew Peart 

    #112: TE Albert Okwuegbunam 

    #142: CB Harrison Hand 

    #173: S Geno Stone 

    #191: WR Jajuan Jennings 

    #227: OT Jon Runyan 

     

    Off-season B

     

    Veteran Acquisitions

    Key re-signings: OT Anthony Castonzo, DE Jabaal Sheard 

    Key free agents: DT Shelby Harris, QB Philip Rivers, TE Austin Hooper 

     

    Draft

    #13: QB Jordan Love 

    #34: DT Neville Gallimore 

    #44: WR Chase Claypool 

    #75: CB Cameron Dantzler 

    #112: DE Alex Highsmith 

    #142: RB AJ Dillon 

    #173: DT Khalil Davis 

    #191: WR Antonio Gandy-Golden 

    #227: OL Keith Ismael 

     

    Off-season C

     

    Veteran Acquisitions

    Keep QB Jacoby Brissett 

    Key re-signings: OT Anthony Castonzo, WR Devin Funchess 

    Key free agents: DE Jadeveon Clowney, DT Maleik Collins, CB Daryl Worley  

     

    Draft

    #13: DT Javon Kinlaw 

    #34: TE Cole Kmet 

    #44: WR Brandon Aiyuk 

    #75: QB Anthony Gordon 

    #112: OT Hakeem Adenji 

    #142: CB Michael Ojemudia 

    #173: WR Quintez Cephus 

    #191: DE Kendall Coleman  

    #227: OT Charlie Heck 


  12. 16 minutes ago, Hoose said:

    Personally, I think you are correct in your assessment of what it would take to get Carr. The Raiders aren't getting a first rounder for him IMO (might require pick 44 and a second rounder next year though instead of a second and third this year). And I am a fan of going after Carr. I like that better than rolling the dice for a rookie, even one as talented as Love or Herbert. 

     

    I'd also take Kinlaw with the 13th pick and grab the best available WR with the 34th. You've then dealt with the team's three most critical positions of need via the draft and FA (love the Hargraves pickup as well). 

     

    I would take another look at all the WR depth you've accumulated. Funchess and Johnson and Fountain plus a FA and a draft pick. And then you have Ty and Pascall and Campbell. Too many. 

     

    Thanks for your hard work on this. Very entertaining. 

    With the WR depth, in my head Hilton, Pascal, Campbell, Funchess, and a draft pick would be the 5 locks, with Johnson/FA/Fountain battling for the final spot on the roster. I really thought about letting Funchess walk, but I think they want to give him another chance. If there is no guaranteed money in his contract, they could even cut him before the season. You're not wrong in that 8 WRs might be too many, but I figured it would be better to bring in more and keep the best 5 or 6. 

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