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Colts https://www.coltsfanshop.com/Chester-Rogers-Jersey , Browns Working Out Possible Joint Training Camp Practices At Grand ParkIndianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay on Monday confirmed that the ColtsColts will host Browns for joint practices in..." Stampede Blue Colts LinksColts News: Colts working out possible joint practices with Cleveland BrownsNew,8commentsEDTColts, Browns Working Out Possible Joint Training Camp Practices At Grand ParkIndianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay on Monday confirmed that the ColtsColts will host Browns for joint practices in preseasonThe Cleveland Browns will spend some practice time in Westfield during training campColts/Browns To Hold Joint Training Camp Practices In Indiana This Summer | 1070 the FanThe Colts will reportedly have visitors to Grand Park again this Training Camp. What are the early details of the Browns and Colts practicing together in 2019?Colts, Browns will hold joint training camp practices | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTVINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two of the AFC’s rising teams will stage joint training camp workouts before meeting in a second preseason game. Cleveland general manager John Dorsey announced Monday at the owners’ meetings in Phoenix, Arizona the Browns and Indianapolis Colts have arranged joint work...Justin Houston's free agency move from Chiefs to Colts makes job easierHouston has always played outside linebacker in a 3-4, but shifting to defensive end in a 4-3 allows the former Chiefs star to focus on the pass rush.Justin Houston Gives Colts Rare Depth Along Defensive Line | 1070 the FanIn the signing of Justin Houston, the Colts have upgraded their biggest need and continue to turn the defensive line into one of the deeper position groups on the roster.Colts Mailbag: Justin Houston’s Impact, Anthony Walker’s Growth, AAF In Indy?In this week’s Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about Justin Houston’s impact on the Colts’ defense, Anthony Walker’s growth at linebacker, the possibility of an AAF team in Indy and much more.Clayton Geathers Returns To Colts With “Unfinished Business” | 1070 the FanOn Wednesday afternoon, Clayton Geathers re-upped with the Colts on a one-year deal. Why did Geathers return to Indianapolis?Mailbag: Should The Colts Start Looking For The Future After Anthony Castonzo? | 1070 the FanThis week, mailbag readers inquire about the Colts draft need at safety, handling free agency with veterans getting cut and some early possibilities for Chris Ballard come draft time.Colts Offseason Needs: Post-Free Agency FrenzyThe first big wave of NFL free agency has come and past, and we are just over a month away from the 2019 NFL Draft, so now it's time to reexamine the Indianapolis Colts' primary roster needs.Chris Ballard On Free Agency So Far, Devin Funchess, Roster BuildingIndianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard this week joined 1070 The Fan's2019 Free Agency: Colts.com’s Best Of The RestWith many of the most notable NFL free agents now off the market, who are some of the best left for the Indianapolis Colts to investigate?Is Free Agent Dontrelle Inman Still On The Colts Radar? | 1070 the FanDontrelle Inman remains a free agent with the Colts already making a move at wide receiver this month. What is the latest between Chris Ballard and Inman?Colts will look a lot like they did last season, and that's a good thingThe Colts would currently have 20 of the 22 starters from 2018 returningIndianapolis Colts 2019 Mock Draft Monday: March 25The Indianapolis Colts have the No. 26-overall pick in April’s 2019 NFL Draft. Here’s your latest compilation taking a look at which players the various experts believe will land in Indianapolis.<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="zGy7w9">COLTS MEDIA In this series, we will look at mocking viable and realistic options to the Colts each week, and analyzing each pick in how they fit the Colts.Welcome to Mock Draft Face Off with Elliot and..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Stampede Blue’s Mock Draft Face Off New,17commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareStampede Blue’s Mock Draft Face Off Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesIn this series, we will look at mocking viable and realistic options to the Colts each week, and analyzing each pick in how they fit the Colts.Welcome to Mock Draft Face Off with Elliot and Stephen! The offseason is officially here and the NFL draft is arguably the league's biggest offseason event. Each week we will both be mocking draft picks to the Colts and analyzing them. We will now be mocking the first three rounds of picks by the Colts, then building up to include the other rounds and picks as we get closer to the draft.Elliot’s Round 1 Pick 26Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY SportsTJ Hockenson - TE - IowaYes Antonio Morrison Jersey , a tight end with the first pick in the draft. Hear me out: First, TJ Hockenson is a top offensive prospect in this draft. Along with his college counterpart, Noah Fant, they are the top two tight ends in the draft. Hockenson is a do-it-all tight end who can catch and block, and the end result of both are always good. He’s the jack of all trades, Swiss Army knife tight end that I’m sure the Colts will love to have on their offense. Add in the fact that both Eric Ebron and Jack Doyle are free agents at the end of the year, and this pick makes all the more sense for the future. Elliot’s Round 2 Pick 34Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY SportsTaylor Rapp - Safety - WashingtonThe need for a safety for the future is evident. Clayton Geathers is the presumed starter next year after re-signing on a 1 year deal but after that, the position is up in the air. Taylor Rapp is the perfect safety for the Colts. He’s a versatile safety who works best when plays in the box and in a two high system.That's exactly what the Colts play and it's presumably how the team would use him. Rapp is a strong tackler who is effective in run support, can cover tight ends and plays zone well. Rapp fits what the Colts look for in a safety very well, and would be a perfect partner for Malik Hooker Elliot’s Round 2 Pick 59Winslow Townson-USA TODAY SportsZach Allen - DL -Boston CollegeZach Allen is the epitome of a hard worker. The tape shows just that, he wins from hard work, motor and technique. This is a player with fantastic instincts, who plays very effectively against the run and offers upside rushing the passer. Allen would likely play base 4-3 end and can kick inside to 3 Technique defensive tackle during passing downs, similar to how Tyquan Lewis was used last year. With his initial quickness and play strength, Allen could play defensive tackle full-time and maximize his strengths. Elliot’s Round 3 Pick 89Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY SportsJoe Jackson - EDGE - MiamiThe Colts need pass rushers and Joe Jackson is exactly that. Jackson gets after the quarterback by any means necessary and has proven to be very effective,getting constant pressure and production. Jackson bulked up around 30lbs and it has helped tremendously with his strength. He projects to be a defensive end in the Colts scheme. Reed’s AnalysisAs a whole, I agree with most of Elliot’s picks. Getting Hockenson at 26 would be an absolute steal but might be unpopular with some Colts fans in the same way Reggie Wayne was an unpopular pick when he was drafted. Hockenson can do it all, though, and would flourish in Reich’s offense. Picking Hockenson would also give the Colts some insurance if Jack Doyle or Eric Ebron were to walk after the season. Taylor Rapp is my favorite safety fit for the Colts. He’s a perfect pairing with Malik Hooker and would fill the box safety role perfectly. Zach Allen is a high-motor type of defensive end who is solid all the way around. He doesn’t have the speed or athleticism some might desire as an edge defender though. Jackson is an interesting pick up in the third round. To me, he seems more like a 3-4 DE than an EDGE rusher. His size and strength would make him a solid DE in the base 4-3, but he doesn’t have the initial quickness or flexibility to be a consistent pass rusher from the outside. If he’s moved inside to DT, he may be able to collapse the pocket with a simple bull rush.Reed’s Round 1 Pick 26Photo by Gene Sweeney Jr/Getty ImagesAndre Dillard - OT - Washington StOh, Elliot wants to surprise people with a controversial pick at 26? Challenge accepted! Dillard is a perfect pick for the Colts here. He’s an athletic left tackle prospect that excels in pass protection. Given his time in Washington State's passing-oriented offense, he’ll need some time to work on run blocking. Dillard could learn behind Anthony Castonzo for a year then immediately take over if the Colts don’t extend him. Think this idea is crazy? Chris Ballard said in his interviews at the Owner’s meetings last week that he really like the OL in this class so don’t be surprised if they look for a long term solution for life after Castonzo.Reed’s Round 2 Pick 34Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesJerry Tillery - DT - Notre DameTillery is the perfect fit for the DT position in the Colts speed-based defense. He has the power and explosion to shoot the gaps and collapse the pocket. He’s strong at the point of attack, and gets his hands up to cause tipped balls. He does need to be coached up in a few areas but, overall, he’d be a perfect fit.Reed’s Round 2 Pick 59Photo by David Purdy/Getty ImagesHakeem Butler - WR - Iowa StHakeem Butler is my favorite WR in this class.He’s been mocked anywhere from top 20 to thethird round so the jury really is out on him. He could fall, however, based on his inconsistent hands and limited route tree. Butler does have trouble getting off of press coverage, as well. That said Kenny Moore Color Rush Jersey , with the right coaching, Butler can be an absolute game changer. He’s got a massive catch radius (which Frank Reich mentioned at the Owners meetings he likes in his pass catchers), and huge hands. Butler can just physically maul DBs once the ball is in his hands, and he’s deceptively fast with his long strides. To be fair, this might be the Colts pick at 34, but they very well could get him here, too.Reed’s Round 3 Pick 89Photo by Donald Page/Getty ImagesJachai Polite - EDGE - FloridaThe slide for Polite’s disastrous pre-draft experience stops here. On tape, Polite is one of the best pass rushers in this class. He’s got it all. A fantastic first step, the ability to bend around the edge, and he's adequate against the run. Polite’s basically a blank canvas of secondary pass rush moves to develop, too. Unfortunately for him, Polite’s stock has plummeted from a likely top 15 pick to a Day 2 pick because of massive maturity concerns, poor athletic testing and rumored terrible interviews. If Chris Ballard and Frank Reich think they can help Polite mature, this could very well be the biggest steal of the draft. I wouldn’t be opposed to taking Polite at 59 if the front office were comfortable with it.Elliot’s AnalysisWow I think Reed wins the shock/surprise factor with his first round pick. An offensive lineman round 1 would be a stunner! Andre Dillard is a beast of a left tackle, though, and could be just the tackle the Colts need to be Castonzo’s eventual successor. Don’t forget that Castonzo is a free agent at the end of the upcoming year, so Dilliard could be a good, cheaper option at left tackle for the future. Great pick, good value, but I just can’t justify an offensive lineman in the first round with such quality defensive talent atop this years draft class. I’d be upset but I’d get over it knowing what I know of Dilliard. Jerry Tillery is exactly the type of defensive tackle the Colts love, an attacking one. I saw someone liken Tillery to Chris Jones of the Chiefs and I can see why, both have that constant attack mode whether it be in the run game or pass rushing. Don’t forget Chris Ballard was in Kansas City when they drafted Jones, Tillery could end up being his Indianapolis counterpart. Hakeem Butler is flying under the radar at the moment but he shouldn’t be. His incredible catch radius and physical traits make him exactly the type of receiver the Colts need for Luck to just throw it up and let Butler come down with it. The biggest knock against him (as Reed mentioned) is his hands, as he has been prone to drops. Time with Luck and Reich will shore that up in no time, though. With the knocks on him I do think this is a good range for Butler but I could see him slip further and he could be had with the Colts third rounder instead. Polite would be an absolute steal here. Yes, his testing sucked. Yes, his pro day sucked. You know what didn’t suck? His tape! Just put his tape on and you’ll see a dominate player who is a great pass rusher and holds up well against the run. It wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest if Ballard grabs a falling Polite, providing he checks out interview-wise.

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