I was looking up what round Howard Mudd was drafted in the 1964 draft and came across the Colt's first round pick. It was Marv Woodson at pick 8. Strange I don't remember that as I was a huge Colt fan then and not at kid at 15 years old. Anyway , I knew Woodson never played for the Colts , so I then looked up how the Steelers obtained him. This didn't ring a bell for me either , so I guess in 1964 , I must have been more interested in girls than football. Anyway this is one heck of a ridiculous trade ...
In September of 1964, the Steelers traded kicker Lou Michaels to the Baltimore Colts in exchange for linebacker Bill Saul and running back/cornerback Marv Woodson, first-round draft pick that year out of Indiana. ... Woodson was even voted to the Pro Bowl after the 1967 season after registering 7 interceptions on defense.Jul 19, 2020
I like Jacoby, he is a great backup that we know and an asset to the locker room. As far as starting a full 16 games and getting a team to the playoffs, we don't know if he can do that. He never has so far.
Big thanks for all your help collecting questions for this week's Colts Mailbag. I'm definitely going to make this a weekly thing on here. In fact, I got so many good questions, particularly from this group and those on the Colts Reddit, that I decided to break it off into two different pieces. Here's the first one.
On another note: I'm always open to suggestions, and even from time to time accept being yelled at, like Tony from California decided to do this week.