We heard the names called, we’ve seen the needs filled, and we’ve read the post-draft grades.
Inevitably, there are players that are already on the Colts roster that benefitted from the NFL Draft and some who did not benefit from the NFL Draft.
Let’s take a look at who’s jobs could be at risk and who can take a sigh of relief. https://t.co/2NLbymOgFX
— 1075 The Fan (@1075thefan) May 4, 2022
Wait, so now we have to wait until September before knowing how they fit?
Fear not, for The Dan Dakich Show turned to NFL Films and ESPN’s NFL matchup guru Greg Cosell to tell us exactly how this Colts rookie class will fit in.
— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) May 1, 2022
Greg’s been analyzing and breaking down game film for nearly half a century and has already evaluated some of the top selections the Colts made in last week’s NFL Draft.
On Wednesday, Greg revealed what the game tape says about the likes of Alec Pierce, Jelani Woods and Bernhard Raimann to name a few.
Plus, Greg shared who he thinks can make an impact for Indianapolis right at the start of the season.
The most athletic 2022 NFL draft class belongs to the Colts. https://t.co/glwIP0FmQC
— TheColtsWire (@TheColtsWire) May 4, 2022
Listen to Dan’s full conversation with Greg Cosell below and don’t miss The Dan Dakich Show, weekdays 12-3pm Eastern, on 93.5 and 107.5 The Fan.
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