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Enagbare goes to GB. Took a while for him to get off the board but that's a solid value to get a potential bowler

1 minute ago, stitches said:

R6 starting. 

 

The draft board says we have 2 picks here. But If I'm not mistaken we gave up one of them? 

We had multiple R5 picks IIRC, i think we gave up the latter of those

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3 minutes ago, stitches said:

R6 starting. 

 

The draft board says we have 2 picks here. But If I'm not mistaken we gave up one of them? 

 

We gave up a 5th and 2023 3rd for Cross. I think we got an extra 6th comp pick for losing Houston (I think)

 

Edit: Autry actually instead of Houston

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58 minutes ago, TaylorTheStudMuffin said:

At this point these guys will be lucky if they make the team. But just add some guys with upside and get a look at them.

The Colts didn’t have a depth piece behind Grover. Johnson has a very good shot at making the team.  At this point it’s him vs Chris Williams. 

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1 minute ago, stitches said:

4-5 picks before our pick. Lets do it again... 

 

Shoot your shot... who do the Colts get? 

 

Mine - Jeffrey Gunter, DE. 

 

 

Melton still there? Or Strong. Or maybe Von Demark? Maybe Sanborn. 

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6 minutes ago, Carolina Colt said:

This pick is a head scratcher to me.  He does have some athletic ability but I thought we were happy with the other TEs on our roster.

When your picking 192 and the roster is already solid these late round picks might not even make the roster. We are just taking these guys to get a look at them.

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1 minute ago, DoubleE Colt said:

Who'd have thought Carson Strong could go undrafted lol

 

It was always going to be contingent on the medicals. I can only assume the meds scared everyone off.

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