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3 minutes ago, el duderino said:

 

 

Big signing bonus. Maybe he will provide depth 

Just now, open window said:

This qb class really fell 

No doubt! You’ll never ever see a weaker QB class in the history of the league after this one…bank on that for sure.

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Very happy we signed two RBs so far to compete with Deon Jackson for the 3rd spot on the roster. I'm hoping we can keep at least 3 on the team and one or two on the practice squad. These are guys I legit liked. This UDFA period is great so far!

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5 minutes ago, Happy2BeHere said:

yea seems weird to target a RB as I feel like we already have plenty of depth there…

I just checked the roster and the Colts only have JT, NH, and DJ and possibly NK who played FB in the CFL in the RB room

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Just now, PrincetonTiger said:

I just checked the roster and the Colts only have JT, NH, and DJ and possibly NK who played FB in the CFL in the RB room

We don’t typically stack a lot of RB’s on the active roster but maybe one of these guys shows more than DJ has and perhaps a solid enough one for at least practice squad in case of injury to a RB

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1 minute ago, Happy2BeHere said:

We don’t typically stack a lot of RB’s on the active roster but maybe one of these guys shows more than DJ has and perhaps a solid enough one for at least practice squad in case of injury to a RB

Will need them for practice purposes

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