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Primed for more work
More slot work on tap
Resumes on-field work
Could stay in Indy past 2020
Expected to play significant role
Still viewed as focal point
Hilton is still viewed as the focus of the Indianapolis offense even with the star receiver being slowed by injury the past two seasons and with the Colts taking Michael Pittman in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni told the team's official web site. "I think about where we're at - things will be schemed to get him the football," he said.
Viewed as 1-1 punch with Mack
Taylor and Marlon Mack are viewed not just as a 1-2 punch, but a "1-1 punch," in the Colts' offense, offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni told the team's official web site. "They have some different running styles, but again they're both complete backs. I think that's a fantastic problem to have, is to have two guys like that you can feed the football to. It's only going to help our running game," he said.
Fifth-year option declined
Could still have role
Has fan in Reich
Joins Colts as UDFA
Increased competition for snaps
More competition for snaps
Going to Indy
The Colts selected Patmon in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 212th overall.
Scooped by Indy
The Colts selected Glasgow in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 213th overall.
Indianapolis adds in sixth round
The Colts selected Rodgers in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 211th overall.
Lands in Indianapolis
The Colts selected Windsor in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 193rd overall.
Indianapolis selects in fifth
The Colts selected Pinter in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 149th overall.
Indianapolis adds in fourth round
The Colts selected Eason in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 122nd overall.
May not play until October
Blackmon, who suffered an ACL tear in December, may not be ready to play for the Colts until several games into the 2020 NFL regular season, WFNI 1070 am Indianapolis reports. "We know he probably won't be ready until late August/early September, which means that he might not really help us until October," said GM Chis Ballard.
Increased competition for touches
Mack faces increased competition for playing time in the Indianapolis backfield after the Colts took Jonathan Taylor with the 41st pick in the NFL Draft. "Marlon is a good kid. He's a special teammate. He knows that Taylor is going to make us better and that he's going to make Marlon better," GM Chris Ballard told The Fan 1070 am Indianapolis.
Indianapolis selects in second
The Colts selected Taylor in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 41st overall.
The Colts selected Pittman in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 34th overall.
Should be healthy this summer