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Better scouting for the draft is more important anyway.
Not sure what you mean. I thought the Colts had a fantastic draft last year. I don't think they could have done any better.
But if you mean that building a team through the draft is the way to go, then I agree completely. But the reality is, the Colts will have a ton of money to spend on free agents next year and there's a good chance they'll spend it.
1. Jake Long
2. Cliff Avril
3. Sebastian Vollmer
4. William Moore
5. Brent Grimes if he can still play
There are a lot of options and the Colts will have room to pay them. We've already used our 2nd round draft pick on Davis, so our 1st rounder will need to be a hit. Of course this all depends on how well we do in free agency. We may not need a Chance Warmick or Barrett Jones after free agency.
Here is my list, in order, based on likelihood and need:
Jarius Byrd - S - BUF
Dominique Rodgers-Cromatrie - CB - PHI
Tracy Porter - CB - DEN
Carson Wiggs - K - Purdue (Current FA)
Reggie Bush - RB - MIA
Mike Jenkins - CB - DAL
Felix Jones - RB - DAL
Mike Wallace - WR - PIT
Ray Maulauluga - LB - CIN
Larod Stephens-Howling - RB - ARZ
Jake Long - OL - MIA
Glenn Dorsey - DL - KC
Sav Rocca - P - WAS (by for some awful reason we can't keep Pat Mac)
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This is interesting, Miami can't franchise Jake Long without over overpaying him.
Because Long's salary-cap number this season is higher than the franchise number for offensive linemen, the Dolphins would have to franchise him at 120 percent of this year's salary. Thus, his franchise tag would be $15,365,952, according to league sources. Adam Schefter