According to team owner Jim Irsay on 1070 The Fan’s ‘The JMV Show’, the Indianapolis Colts could still kick out starting All-Pro left guard Quenton Nelson to left tackle—although it’s not the ideal scenario for the franchise (via The IndyStar’s Jim Ayello): “The general feeling is that if you can leave Quenton at guard, that would be the ideal thing,” Irsay told JMV on Wednesday.
With the 2021 NFL Draft arriving next week, we're taking a look back at the recent picks that the Colts have made in each of the seven rounds. Today, we look at the last five picks the Colts have made in the third round. Refer to the bottom of the page for previous rounds.
According to NBC Sports Peter King on ‘The Dan Patrick Show’, the Indianapolis Colts checked in on former franchise quarterback Andrew Luck’s retirement before trading for newly acquired ex-Philadelphia Eagles cornerstone Carson Wentz earlier this offseason (via ‘The Dan Patrick Show’s’ Andrew Perloff): Now, too much shouldn’t be read into this. The Colts merely had to perform their due diligence and ‘make the call’ before pursuing other potential starting quarterback options this offseason.