With Chris Ballard, Colts’ draft options run the gamut | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – In a few playful seconds, Chris Ballard offered a glimpse of how the early portion of the NFL Draft might unfold for the Indianapolis Colts. In other words, he offered zero clarity. “Thank y’all,’’ Ballard said as his 30-minute pre-draft Zoom conference call last week was winding down. “I’m sure we’ll be talking […]
Ballard won’t force needs in NFL draft | Sports | kokomotribune.com
As Chris Ballard walked out of his predraft news conference last week, he had one final thought for the virtually assembled media.
Final Indianapolis Colts Mock Draft Roundup (April 28) – Sports Illustrated Indianapolis Colts News, Analysis and More
This is the final batch of players that the experts have the Indianapolis Colts selecting this week in the 2021 NFL Draft.
2021 Final Colts Mock Draft Look: Who Is The Pick At No. 21? | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
2021 Final Colts Mock Draft Look: Who Is The Pick At No. 21?
2021 Colts Mock Draft | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
CNHI Sports Indiana’s George Bremer takes a look at one way the 2021 NFL Draft might play out for the Indianapolis Colts.
Indianapolis Colts Waive Three Players Ahead of 2021 NFL Draft – Sports Illustrated Indianapolis Colts News, Analysis and More
The Indianapolis Colts have waived offensive tackles Elijah Nkansah and Casey Tucker, and punter Austin Rehkow.
Colts Exercise Quenton Nelson’s Fifth Year Options
The Colts exercised Quenton Nelson’s fifth-year option on Wednesday, an expected move that locks the three-time All-Pro into Indianapolis for the 2022 season.
Colts pick up 5th-year option on Quenton Nelson | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – Chris Ballard insisted selecting Quenton Nelson with the 6th overall pick in the 2018 draft was one of the easiest decisions he’d ever made. So was exercising the fifth-year option on Nelson’s rookie contract. That bit of business was made official Wednesday. At some point next offseason the Indianapolis Colts are expected to sign […]
What the Colts’ current roster tells us about each NFL Draft round – The Athletic
First-rounders fill important roles, as expected, but many key players for Indy have come later in the draft.
Colts mock draft: Colts slide down, fill roster’s biggest holes
Insiders Joel A. Erickson and Jim Ayello give Indianapolis Colts fans what they want. Probably. Maybe.
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