Indianapolis Colts Articles
Marvin Harrison

Drafted out of Syracuse University with the nineteenth pick in the very first round in the 1996 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts, Marvin Harrison was one of many successful wide receivers chosen in the much heralded class of 1996. Depending on how you look at it, here are ten listed in order of success: Marvin Harrison, Terrell Owens, Keyshawn Johnson, Terry Glenn, Muhsin Muhammad, Eric Moulds, Joe Horn, Amani Toomer, Bobby Engram and Eddie Kennison who was chosen one pick before the fore-mentioned head of the class Marvin Harrison.


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Peyton Manning

Spring 1998, the Indianapolis Colts are in dire need of a franchise quarterback and have the difficulty of choosing between two star collegiate players, Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf with the first pick in the NFL Draft. One was the completed prospect, record setting SEC player of the year. The other an up and coming big armed quarterback from the “air it out” Pac-10. Needless to say, the Colts made the right choice.


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Indianapolis Colts 2008 NFL Draft Grade
It was a good overall draft for the Colts as they added good depth to an already outstanding team. Mike Pollack from Arizona State could eventually replace Jeff Saturday but I see him as more of an interior lineman filling a spot alongside Saturday. He's a super athletic and pretty quick; he should be quite successful at the next level. Steven Justice, a sixth round pick from Wake Forest should be the guy to replace Saturday; he is a guy they can groom for awhile and is a truly natural snapper. He was one of the best centers in FBS last season and could be a steal this late in the draft.
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Indianapolis Colts Draft Recap
The Indianapolis Colts had a solid draft in 2007.  They picked up a number three wide receiver in Anthony Gonzalez.  Tony Ugoh should develop into a fine OT, and Daymeion Hughes should help fill the void at corner.  They hope they filled enough holes to repeat as Super Bowl Champions in 2007.  20Yardline.com Draft Grade / B.
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