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    As draft season comes to a close Youth Jordan Wilkins Jersey , we’ll take a stab at a mock draft with trades. Some picks you’ll love, some you’ll hate. Some will make perfect sense, some will leave you asking questions. If you…”As draft season comes to a close, we’ll take a stab at a mock draft with trades. Some picks you’ll love, some you’ll hate. Some will make perfect sense, some will leave you asking questions. If you have any comments Jordan Wilkins Jersey Stitched , leave them below. Other than that, enjoy!Round 11. Arizona CardinalsNick Bosa – Edge – Ohio State2. San Francisco 49ersQuinnen Williams – DT – Alabama3. Miami Dolphins (Trade From NYJ)Kyler Murray – QB – OklahomaTrade: NYJ sends pick 3 to MIA for picks 13 and 2020 RD14. Oakland RaidersJosh Allen – Edge – Kentucky5. Tampa Bay BuccaneersDevin White – LB – LSU6. New York GiantsMontez Sweat – Edge – Mississippi State7. Jacksonville JaguarsJawaan Taylor – OT – Florida8. Atlanta Falcons (Trade From DET)Ed Oliver – DT – HoustonTrade: DET sends pick 8 to ATL for picks 14 and 459. Buffalo BillsTJ Hockenson – TE – Iowa10. Denver BroncosDrew Lock – QB – Mizzou11. Cincinnati BengalsDwayne Haskins – QB – Ohio State12. Green Bay PackersJonah Williams – OT – Alabama13. New York Jets (Trade From MIA)Christian Wilkins – DT – Clemson14. Detroit Lions (Trade From ATL)Noah Fant – TE – Iowa15. Washington RedskinsDK Metcalf – WR – Ole Miss16. Carolina PanthersBrian Burns – Edge – Florida State17. New York Giants (From Cleveland Browns)Andre Dillard – OT 0 Washington State18. Minnesota VikingsCody Ford – OL – Texas19. Tennessee TitansChris Lindstrom – OL – Boston College20. Pittsburgh SteelersDevin Bush – LB – Michigan21. Seattle SeahawksRashan Gary – DL – Michigan22. Baltimore RavensMarquise Brown – WR – Oklahoma23. Houston TexansGreedy Williams – CB – LSU24. Oakland Raiders (From Chicago Bears)Byron Murphy – CB – Washington25. Philadelphia EaglesChauncey Gardner-Johnson – S – Florida26. Indianapolis ColtsClelin Ferrell – Edge – ClemsonIn this scenario, Ferrell falls to the Colts in what could be a dream scenario. Several teams ahead of the Colts pass on Ferrell’s value to take players at more immediate positions of need. Ferrell would be a perfect fit for the Colts scheme and the heir apparent to Jabaal Sheard.27. Oakland Raiders (From Dallas Cowboys)Josh Jacobs – RB – Alabama28. Los Angeles ChargersDexter Lawrence – DT – Clemson29.Seattle Seahwaks (From Kansas City Chiefs)Jonathan Abram – S – Mississippi State30. Green Bay Packers (From New Orleans Saints)Nasir Adderley – S – Delaware31. Los Angeles RamsEric McCoy – OL – Texas A&M32. New England PatriotsDalton Risner – OT – Kansas StateRound 2 – Pick 34Jeffery Simmons – DT – Mississippi StateSimmons could easily go in Round 1 but the ACL injury and off-field concern prior to enrolling at Mississippi State likely cause him to fall. Simmons is a top 10 talent in the draft if healthy and may need to be on IR this season.Round 2 – Pick 59Darnell Savage – S – MarylandThe Colts need a solid safety to complement Malik Hooker. Savage is a fantastic fit for the Colts. He’s a hard-hitting box safety who likes to make plays.Round 3 – Pick 89Emanuel Hall – WR – MizzouHall has elite traits and with proper coaching could be an absolute steal in this draft. He’s got some drop concerns but can make a lot of explosive plays.Round 4 – Pick 129Khalen Saunders – DT – Western IllinoisWhen you look at Saunders, he is a small school prospect who could truly be special with coaching, time and patience.Round 4 – Pick 135Blake Cashman – LB – MinnesotaCashman’s name caught fire after the combine with his measureables. He’s a fast, instinctive LB who makes plays and would be a quality backup to Darius Leonard and special teams contributor.Round 5 – Pick 164Devine Ozigbo – RB – NebraskaThe Colts need to upgrade their short yardage. Ozigbo is an one cut plowing RB. He’s physical and would fill the short yardage role nicely.Round 6 – Pick 199Michael Dogbe – DL – TempleThe Temple Owls land another player on the Colts. Dogbe is a hard working Indianapolis Colts Abdurrahman Ya-Sin Jersey , penetrating 3T who can be a 4-3 DE in the base package. This kind of versatility Chris Ballard seems to like.Round 7 – Pick 240Montre Hartage – CB – NorthwesternHartage is everything Ballard likes in a CB. He’s instinctive, tough and makes plays. His deficient measurables will cause him to drop but he’d be a perfect fit in the Colts Cover-2 style defensive scheme.Love this draft? Hate it? Let me know your thoughts in the comments or tweet me @NiceReedSteve on Twitter.T.Y. Hilton and K.J. Brent leave Colts practice with injuries The wide receiver position for the Colts has been unsettled at best, and injuries aren’t making the picture any clearer. Today in practice two injuries have added to the Colts struggles, and depending in its severity, one of them could be a major problem.Midway through the joint practice with the Baltimore Ravens, T.Y. Hilton ended up on the sideline with pads off and an ice wrap on his left shoulder. There wasn’t a clear indication of what caused the issue Womens Abdurrahman Ya-Sin 2019 Jersey , but Hilton missing any time would be a crushing blow to an already weak wide receiver group that lost a promising rookie in Deon Cain during the first preseason game. In addition to Hilton, K.J. Brent went down after a play and was holding his knee. The trainers were looking at him for awhile. Brent was operating as the 4th receiver on the depth chart and his loss would hurt, because it would leave the team without a lot of depth. If either of these injuries were to be of the kind that would drag on at all, Chris Ballard would almost certainly have to consider bringing in a free agent to fill a spot on the roster. We will update you as more information becomes available.

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