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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis Colts general manager Chris Ballard went virtually all in on defense in this year’s draft.He hopes the payoff is worth it.After watching the Colts improve from No. 30 in total defense in 2018 to No. 11 last season Marvin Harrison Jersey 2019 , Ballard used seven of his first eight picks adding assets for second-year defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus.“I guess now you understand what the plan was. Speed, competition on defense, plain and simple,” Ballard said. “We wanted to get athletic, fast players who fit our mold, which I think we accomplished.”Ballard did what he could to ensure the progression continues.The Colts haven’t produced back-to-back top-20 finishes in total defense since 2013 and 2014 and haven’t posted a top-10 ranking since 2004 when they were No. 4.Now, just months after Andrew Luck led the Colts back to the playoffs and was the overwhelming choice as the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year, Ballard invested heavily on the other side of the ball.“I feel a little defensive today,” team owner Jim Irsay joked as he entered the Colts’ media room. “We really thought those four picks we had on Friday were really, really game-changers for us to make us a better football team.”He didn’t just dip his toe into a deep pool of talented defenders — he dove in head first looking for players who could primarily pressure quarterbacks or hold up in pass coverage.Indy needed to get better in both areas, and Ballard did everything in his power to make it happen. Three times, he swapped picks. He also traded veteran defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway to Philadelphia for an extra seventh-round choice, No. 246 overall.Ballard also took some calculated risks by selecting Ben Banogu, who played primarily defensive end at TCU. The Colts will try to convert him into a multi-positional linebacker. Indy also plans on using Southern California safety Marvin Tell III at cornerback.But if those experiments fail, Ballard figures the fallback options aren’t much of a gamble.“When I first took the job, I think I told you all we know we’re getting it right when we’re cutting guys and they’re going to play for other teams,” Ballard said. “When we get our roster to 65 and 54 to 65 is popping up in other places, I know we’re getting it right. We’re not there yet, but we’re a lot closer.”WHO THEY GOTThe defensive run began with cornerback Rock Ya-Sin early in the second round and didn’t stop until late in the final round of the draft Saturday. Along the way, the Colts selected three linebackers — Banogu, Bobby Okereke of Stanford, and E.J. Speed of Tarleton State — two safeties — Khari Willis of Michigan State and Tell — and defensive end Gerri Green of Mississippi State. The Colts took speedy receiver Parris Campbell late with their second-round pick and closed the draft by using seventh-round selections on tackle Jackson Barton of Utah and center Javon Patterson of Mississippi.SURPRISE MOVEColts fans were disappointed when Ballard sent the No. 26 overall pick to Washington for two second-rounders. But the selection of Speed, who played at the Division II level, created the most intrigue. Speed was not a familiar name to most fans because he was not invited to the NFL scouting combine, didn’t play in any college all-star games and said he turned down chances to play at more Big 12 schools so he could be near his adopted brother, who was battling cancer.HOW THEY DIDBallard prefers substance to splash — and this was another draft that reflected his philosophy. Indy thinks Ya-Sin can be a lockdown cornerback, and Ballard filled his most glaring hole on the depth chart by choosing all those linebackers. He also found some depth for the offensive line and, perhaps most important, gave coach Frank Reich a dangerous deep threat who can create mismatches in multiple spots on the offense.WHAT’S NEXT?This weekend is only the start for Indianapolis, and Ballard knows it. Over the past two seasons White Quenton Nelson Jersey , he’s plucked key contributors off the waiver wire (starting cornerback Pierre Desir and right guard Mark Glowinski), from other teams’ practice squads (center-guard Evan Boehm), and even off the street (safety Mike Mitchell). Plus, the Colts have had at least one undrafted rookie make the roster out of training camp for 20 consecutive seasons — the longest active streak in the league. The first component came Saturday when Ballard announced Indy would pick up the fifth-year option on starting center Ryan Kelly. So expect Ballard to stay busy between now and the Sept. 8 season opener at the Los Angeles Chargers. With the end of the NFL Draft and Rookie Minicamp thoughts are heading towards OTA’s, Training Camp, Preseason and the eventual roster cut down. Even though there is still some way to go until..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Indianapolis Colts Early 53 Man Roster PredictionNew,90commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareIndianapolis Colts Early 53 Man Roster PredictionPhoto by Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesWith the end of the NFL Draft and Rookie Minicamp thoughts are heading towards OTA’s, Training Camp, Preseason and the eventual roster cut down. Even though there is still some way to go until roster cut downs it is never too early to look what might happen especially after the draft and rookie mini camp is over now.Trades, surprise cuts, injury designations and even late free agent signings will change the finished product, as we are still a way away from final roster cut downs, but here is my early prediction of the Indianapolis Colts 53-man roster for the 2019 NFL season.Offense (24)Quarterbacks (2)Photo by David Eulitt/Getty ImagesAndrew Luck and Jacoby BrissettProbably the easiest projection in the entire Colts 53 man roster. Luck is the starter and Brissett is the back up. It’s very straight forward. The only slight curve-ball in this is, from out of nowhere, someone trades for Brissett. That seems extremely unlikely, especially after the draft. Notable cuts: Phillip WalkerRunning backs (4)Photo by Tim Warner/Getty ImagesMarlon Mack, Nyheim Hines, Jordan Wilkins and Spencer WareAgain another seemingly straight forward projection. Mack is the starter, Hines the gadget back, Wilkins and Ware will fight it out for the right to first touches after Mack tires, but otherwise this group is set.Notable cuts: Jonathan WilliamsWide Receiver (5)Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty ImagesTY Hilton, Devin Funchess, Parris Campbell, Deon Cain, Daurice FountainThe top of this group is almost set in stone for the 2019 season. Hilton is WR1, Funchess is the current WR2 after being signed in the off-season, Campbell is a second round pick who the coaches are gushing over. After those three, it gets interesting: Deon Cain was last year's training camp standout before he tore his ACL in a preseason game. Depending on his injury status, he either makes the final 53 man roster or could be a PUP candidate. Either way, it looks like the fourth spot is his at this stage. The final spot is in the air and makes for a tasty battle at training camp. There are a few names that will fight for it Quenton Nelson Jersey 2019 , but ultimately, I think Daurice Fountain wins the job. Notable cuts: Chester Rogers, Zach Pascal, Marcus Johnson and Penny Hart. Tight Ends (4)Photo by Tim Warner/Getty ImagesJack Doyle, Eric Ebron, Mo Allie-Cox and Ross TravisThe starters are clear in the tight end group, and are arguably the best tight end duo in the league, so it’s a given Doyle and Ebron make the roster. The rest of the group is dependent on how many tight ends the team decides to keep. Last year the Colts elected to keep four so I will stick to four in my projection. Frank Reich loves using tight ends, so keeping four again seems right. Both Allie-Cox and Travis provide big-bodied targets who can catch and block.Notable cuts: Hale HentgesOffensive Line (9)Photo by Rob Carr/Getty ImagesAnthony Castonzo, Quenton Nelson, Ryan Kelly, Mark Glowinski, Braden Smith, Joe Haeg, Le’Raven Clark, Javon Patterson and Jackson Barton. The Colts starting offensive line was finally solidified last season and will provide some continuity at the position bringing back the same starting five back again. Castonzo, Nelson, Kelly, Glowinski and Smith are the starters. Haeg is the swing tackle/guard and Clark provides depth behind the left tackle. Patterson and Barton, drafted this year, provide depth along the line. Notable cuts: J’Marcus Webb and Evan Boehm.Defense (26)Defensive Line (9)Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesJabaal Sheard, Denico Autry, Margus Hunt, Justin Houston, Kemoko Turay, Tyquan Lewis, Jihad Ward, Grover Stewart and Gerri Green. The Colts bring back their starting defensive line from last year, sans Al Woods, who was replaced by Hunt after injury. Sheard White Darius Leonard Jersey , Autry, Hunt and free agent addition Houston are the likely starters, Turay and Lewis provide depth, and are starters in a pinch. Stewart is the only big-bodied nose tackle on the roster and Ward was a huge surprise after being signed last year before hit by injury. Notable cuts: Al-Quadin Muhammad and Carroll Phillips.Linebacker (6)Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty ImagesDarius Leonard, Anthony Walker, Ben Banogu, Matthew Adams, Bobby Okereke and EJ Speed.DROY Darius Leonard and Anthony Walker are your starters at WILL and MIKE linebacker, with SAM linebacker a bit up in the air. Adams was the eventual starter last season and played well, but after drafting Banogu to play a hybrid SAM linebacker/defensive end role, Banogu could end up being the starter. Draft picks Okereke and Speed round out a much deeper group this year.Notable cuts: Skai Moore and Zaire Franklin. Cornerback (6)Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesPierre Desir, Kenny Moore, Quincy Wilson, Nate Hairston, Rock Ya-Sin and Marvell Tell. This group has been transformed from a perceived weakness at the start of last year to a solid, deep group. Desir and Moore are the starters, with quality depth in Wilson, and this years highest draft pick Ya-Sin. Draft pick Tell makes the successful transition from safety to cornerback, and Hairston’s ability to play nickel and boundary corner along with special teams play wins him the final spot in a crowded cornerback group. Notable cuts: Chris Milton and Jalen CollinsSafety (5)Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty ImagesMalik Hooker, Clayton Geathers, Matthias Farley, Khari Willis and George Odum.Hooker and Geathers are the starters, Farley and Willis are quality depth who can both start in a pinch if needed. Odum is a special teamer with depth upside. Pretty straight forward group here.Notable cuts: Derrick KindredSpecialist (3)Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty ImagesAdam Vinatieri, Rigoberto Sanchez and Luke Rhodes.GOAT Kicker in Vinatieri, good young punter in Sanchez and solid long snapper in Rhodes, enough said. Notable cuts: None Depth Chart Projection:QB - Luck Brissett RB - Mack Hines Wilkins Ware WR - Hilton Funchess Campbell Cain FountainTE - Doyle Ebron Cox TravisOT - Castonzo Smith Clark BartonOG - Nelson Glowinski HaegC - Kelly Patterson DE - Sheard GreenNT - Hunt StewartUT - Autry Lewis WardDE - Houston Turay WLB - Leonard Speed MLB - Walker OkerekeSLB -Banogu AdamsCB - Desir Wilson Ya-Sin Tell NCB - Moore HairstonFS - Hooker Farley Odum SS - Geathers WillisK - VinatieriP - SanchezLS - Rhodes

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