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Today we dig back in to the Indianapolis Colts’ approach to the 2019 NFL Draft. With less than two weeks to pass before we see Chris Ballard’s third pull as GM Youth Matthias Farley Jersey , there are still very differing..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Latest NewsColts NewsStampede Blue Colts CastColts Cast: Reviewing latest Colts’ mocks; Latest Colts news and largest needsNew,1commentEDTShareTweetShareShareColts Cast: Reviewing latest Colts’ mocks; Latest Colts news and largest needsToday we dig back in to the Indianapolis Colts’ approach to the 2019 NFL Draft. With less than two weeks to pass before we see Chris Ballard’s third pull as GM, there are still very differing views on where the team will go with their first selection.Looking around at the litany of mock drafts from various analysts (here via Colts.com) we see so many going in one particular direction. However, this specific position doesn’t seem to fit Ballard’s approach. On the other hand, perhaps the second-most common pick is precisely what the Colts should be targeting and fits not only the needs of the team, but the roster building process laid out by Ballard since his time in Indy begun.What gets interesting is when we start to see those picks pop up which fit a direct need Matthias Farley Jersey Stitched , fit the philosophy, but don’t appear to be gaining much traction with the draft community. Many consecutive years the draft community has pegged the Colts in dire need of a pass rush. Granted, the current roster has gotten some help through the past draft as well as recent free agent acquisitions, but a dominant, young force at the position is still very much a need one way or another. Yet, very few are handing the Colts defensive ends in their recent mocks.We also touch on the latest Colts news Youth Nate Hairston Jersey , speak briefly on the current state of the roster, and discuss how the Colts may approach their first three selections this year.Please subscribe, rate and review the channel anywhere you listen to podcasts.Follow our hosts on Twitter: @MDanelySB | @HolderStephen | @TheStable_PodStampede Blue Podcast Links:Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Megaphone | SB Colts Cast YT Channel | Google | Spotify Brandon Graham just got re-signed by the Eagles, how does this affect the Colt’s plans?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Free AgencyWhat Brandon Graham’s re-signing means for the ColtsNew,8commentsBrandon Graham just got re-signed by the Eagles, how does this affect the Colt’s plans?ESTShareTweetShareShareWhat Brandon Graham’s re-signing means for the ColtsDuring a break in the NFL Scouting Combine Nate Hairston Jersey Stitched , the Eagles announced they had signed Brandon Graham to a 3-year $40 million dollar contract. It was somewhat surprising to see Philadelphia dedicate that kind of cash for Graham. He has been a great player but just turned 30 years old, had 4.0 sacks last year and the Eagles are are working with a tight budget. Perhaps the decision was more in line with Chris Ballard’s philosophy to re-sign homegrown talent and develop locker room chemistry. Eagles GM Howie Roseman referred to Graham as, “a legend in Philadelphia.”While seeing a player like Graham sign may not strike Colts fans as a huge blow, he did have value as a possible mentor to our young, developing edge rushers. I don’t think that value works out to $13 million a year. On the plus side for the rest of the league, the Eagles are left with only $18 million dollars in cap room for 2019. Once you consider the need to pay their incoming rookies Youth Pierre Desir Jersey , they have closer to $8-10 million dollars to spend. This makes it highly unlikely that they will be able to re-sign a player who could be a real difference maker, cornerback Ronald Darby — note that he tore his ACL in Week 10. At the end of the day, the Eagles overpaid to re-sign an aging (30) home-grown edge player (drafted 13th pick in 2010), eating up a lot of their cap and likely accepting that they will have to allow some of their more talented players to leave on the open market.