The Indianapolis Colts are looking at everything and everyone in this year's NFL draft.
A year after taking Andrew Luck with the No. 1 overall pick, general manager Ryan Grigson heads into his second draft with a different perspective. He's no longer looking for a franchise quarterback. He's looking to plug a hole with the No. 24 overall pick Thursday night.
The Colts have six picks. Indy could take an offensive or defensive lineman. Grigson could take a young starter at cornerback, a bigger inside linebacker, a pass rush specialist, or even a receiver or running back to make the offense stronger.
He could also trade down if he doesn't see an impact player on the board.