The Indianapolis Colts began the offseason by cutting their storied franchise quarterback and clearing out the high earners; this is what they did to replace them.
Round 1 - Pick No. 1 - Andrew Luck - QB - Stanford
The best player in the draft was selected first, just the way it should be. Luck has all the potential and expectancy in the world to become the Colts' leader and signal caller for years to come. He has the arm, intelligence, mental and physical toughness to take over the mantle from legendary quarterback Peyton Manning.
Round 2 - Pick No. 34 - Coby Fleener - TE - Stanford
When you have a rookie quarterback that you have just invested millions and many years into, why not make him feel comfortable from the first day of camp by drafting his college go-to man? Fleener was the best tight end in the Draft and he will be invaluable to Indianapolis' offense for years to come. Watch out for some big numbers from this guy.
Round 3 - Pick No. 64 - Dwayne Allen ...