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NFL Draft 2019: Colts' scouts explain the picks
NFL Draft 2019: Colts' scouts explain the picks

2019 NFL Draft: Colts Chris Ballard breaks down his draft picks
The Colts general manager provides details on the process of selecting players in the 2019 draft

10 Thoughts On Colts 2019 Draft Class | 1070 the Fan

The Colts made 10 selections in the 2019 Draft. Here are 10 thoughts on the Colts new group of draftees.

Colts’ defensive draft creates depth for the first time in years – The Athletic
“There is nothing that makes you better than having people compete for spots and we are starting to get that," Colts GM Chris Ballard said.

Colts’ draft: a pick-by-pick breakdown | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A capsule look at the Indianapolis Colts’ 10-player haul from the NFL Draft: ROUND 2 (34 overall, from NY Jets) Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple About Ya-Sin: Spent three seasons at Presbyterian College before transferring to Temple for the 2018 season.

Frank Reich makes his mark on Colts’ 2019 draft with selection of receiver Parris Campbell

Coach​ Frank Reich typically​ plays the​ role​ of the​ good soldier at Indianapolis​ Colts headquarters. General manager​ Chris Ballard, Reich often​ emphasizes,​​ has the final say on personnel. Reich happily falls in line, coaches the players he’s given and manages to make it all work. But Friday evening, that version of the story didn’t feel entirely believable...

‘Buzz’ in latest draft created by additions to Colts’ defense | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Once again, there was a buzz in the hallways at the Indianapolis Colts’ northwest side headquarters as another NFL Draft lumbered through seven rounds, 254 selections, three days and 14 hours, 14 minutes. It simply came from a different area.

Colts' defensive remake continues with 2019 draft
There are only three defensive players remaining who were on the roster before Ballard got hired: Clayton Geathers, Matthias Farley and Chris Milton

Rock Ya-Sin Immediately Boosts Competition In Colts’ Secondary
The Indianapolis Colts used the 34th overall selection in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft on Temple defensive back Rock Ya-Sin. The up-and-coming cornerback is ready to join the Colts’ young, energetic defense.

2019 NFL Draft: Colts gamble by using fifth-round pick on Tarleton State's E.J. Speed
The Colts hadn't heard of E.J. Speed six weeks before the draft. They selected him in the fifth round.

Gerri Green: ‘I Come Out To Work Every Day’
Defensive end Gerri Green, the Indianapolis Colts’ sixth-round (199th-overall) pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, held his first media conference call on Saturday. What did he have to say about his game?

Javon Patterson Brings ‘Quick And Powerful’ Approach To Colts’ O-Line
Center Javon Patterson, the Indianapolis Colts’ seventh-round (246th-overall) pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, held his first media conference call on Saturday. What did he have to say about his game?

Surprised To Land In Indy, Jackson Barton ‘Excited’ For Opportunity With Colts
Tackle Jackson Barton, the Indianapolis Colts’ seventh-round (240th-overall) pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, held his first media conference call on Saturday. What did he have to say about his game?

Colts Plan To Pick Up Ryan Kelly’s Fifth-Year Option
Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard on Saturday said the team plans to exercise the fifth-year option on center Ryan Kelly’s rookie contract. The Colts have until May 3 to officially make the move.

Jim Irsay Colts Notebook: Owner Promises Another Super Bowl Trophy For Indy | 1070 the Fan

During the final day of the 2019 NFL Draft, Colts Owner Jim Irsay sat down with the media to discuss a variety of topics about his football team. What did Irsay have to say?

Another Colts’ Super Bowl parade? Jim Irsay: It will happen | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Jim Irsay’s ultimate goal hasn’t changed. Never will. He’s the owner who raised more than a few eyebrows when lamenting how his Indianapolis Colts cultivated just one Super Bowl championship during the Peyton Manning era.

Colts will decide soon on whether to sign Chad Kelly – ProFootballTalk
The post-draft news flood included an unexpected twist on Saturday, with a report from Tim Graham of that the Colts expressed interest in signing updrafted Central Connecticut quarterback Jake Dolegala, but decided not to because they plan to sign Chad Kelly. Yes, Chad Kelly.