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Ballard’s been preaching the 3t. If he doesn’t like the QB at 13 I doubt he is passing on Kinlaw. Kinlaw wants to play for the colts and he seems like a colts kind of guy.

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9 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

Ballard’s been preaching the 3t. If he doesn’t like the QB at 13 I doubt he is passing on Kinlaw. Kinlaw wants to play for the colts and he seems like a colts kind of guy.

How do we know he wants to play for the colts. Did I miss something?

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I guess it's possible he could trade back. But the only way I see that happening is if all of the key players at the top of his board end up being gone before 13. 

 

This is a strange offseason. Most of us have not been in a position where our team has needed a QB on top of everything else. As many will say, we've been spoiled. 

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1 hour ago, CantBeStopped said:

How do we know he wants to play for the colts. Did I miss something?

I believe he has actually mentioned it. I would have to do some digging to see if I can find it.

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The idea of adding one of Hargrave or Reader with Kinlaw keeps me up at night. Haha!

 If Kinlaw is gone i would expect a trade back.
 Looks like we would add Atlanta's pick 47 and the Eagles pick 85 with these trade backs.
  Ballard could add 2 more quality prospects that high in the draft.

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