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FirsTime's Third Mock Off-Season 2019

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I'm making another. I really enjoy doing these a lot and I'm very depressed since there wont be colts football for another eight months. If anyone has a problem with me doing so many please tell me and I can slow down. 

 

Cap Space roughly 122M

 

Resign:

Vinny 1 year/3M

Pierre Desir 2 years/9M

Clayton Geathers 2 years/8M

Mark Glowinski - 4 years/14.4M

Zach Pascal - 1 year/900k

Matthais Farley - 1 year/1M

Evan Boehm - 2 years/2.8M

Eric Swoope - 1 year/750k

Ryan Hewitt - 1 year/850k

 

Cap Space Roughly 100M

 

Free Agents:

 

Trey Flowers - 5 years/76M - 30M the first year front loading hard so we have more money to sign our own guys in the future. We need a pass rusher bad and we got the money. Also a great run stopper. He has got the best chance of the pass rushers to hit free agency (hopefully, Lawrence wants out of Dallas); therefore, this pick is going to be very repetitive. 

Tre Boston - 3 years/9.9M -Would be a great backup behind Hooker also he is big enough to get in the box and play a coverage line-backer if need be.

 

Cap Space: 66M

 

Trade: 

We trade our third round pick and Mo Ali-Cox for Cooper Kupp (6'2" 208lbs). He is coming off IR (ACL Tear in November) so we can get him for cheap (hopefully). He was on pace for over 1,000 yard last season before he got injured. He is third on the Rams depth chart behind Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks. 

 

Draft: 

R1P26 - Dexter Lawrence DT, Clemson - A big Nose Tackle that can eat up double teams and stop the run very well

R2P2 - Chris Lindstorm OG, Boston College - An athletic flexible guard who is good at everyone but great at nothing yet. 

R2P26 - Amani Oruwariye CB, Penn State - A quick big body CB with ball skills. Our zone should be a good fit for him.

R4P26 - David Stills WR, West Virginia - good size to go well with TY and fantastic hands and a good redzone threat (at least in college)

R4P33 - Trevon Coney LB, Notre Dame - A tackling machine 

R5P26 - Amani Bledsoe DT, Oklahoma - Dont know really anything about him but I like his name (throwing darts)

R6P26 - Jazz Ferguson WR, Northwestern State - Another Big wideout with some great hands and jump ball ability and can get downfield 

R7P26 - Qadree Ollison RB, Pittsburgh - A big RB to get across that one yard line when it matters

 

Colts Roster:

 

QB - Luck, Brissett

RB - Mack, Hines, Wilsin, Ollison

WR - Hilton, Stills, Ferguson

TE - Ebron, Swoope

LT - Castonzo, Clark

LG - BigQ, 

C - Kelly, Boehm

RG - Glowinski, Lindstorm  

RT - Smith, Haeg

TE - Doyle, Hewitt

WR - Kupp, Cain, Pascal

 

Edge - Sheard, Turray, Muhammad

NT  - Lawrence, Stewart

UT - Autry, Ridgeway, Bledsoe

Edge - Flowers, Lewis

WLB - Leonard, Adams

ILB - Walker, Coney

SAM - Franklin

CB - Moore, Oruwariye, Hairston

FS - Hooker, Boston, Odum

SS - Geathers, Farley

CB - Desir, Wilson

 

P - Sanchez

K - Vinny

LS - Boehm

 

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I'm not sure the rams would even think about that trade.  Why take a guard when you resign glow and receiver is a bigger need?  Sorry for being so harsh but I do like Lawrence, Oruwariye, and the FA.

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I would rather draft or sign a fa OT. We need more depth there than at OG. IMO

Maybe we could try to get S.Richardson (DT) and draft a DE with the first pick and get another DT for depth/development in the later rounds.

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Kupp wont happen even though he would be a nice addition, I think there will be better WR options then Stills just personally

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Boston won’t sign here after his last visit to Indy, and Kupp is the rams most reliable target and their main slot weapon. Their offense took a major mid season dip when he got hurt. They won’t trade him.

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