Bengals, Lions still open to trading picks, but it would take king's ransom for Colts

The Indianapolis Star

MOBILE, Ala. — Anything can happen in the NFL Draft, but it's not hard to read the tea leaves for an Indianapolis Colts team that might be in the market for a quarterback for the first time since 2012. If Indianapolis falls in love with one of the top two quarterbacks in this draft class, LSU's Joe Burrow or Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa, the Colts are likely going to have to make a bold move to trade up and get him. Burrow, the Heisman Trophy winner who turned in arguably the best single cpllege season of all time in leading the Tigers to the national championship, is widely considered the clear-cut No. 1 pick. Tagovailoa isn't expected to be far behind. Indianapolis holds the No. 13 pick in April's

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