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Time Capsule: A look back at the 2005 NFL draft

The Indianapolis Colts drafted ten players in the 2005 draft, and while a few mistakes were made, they still came out of the draft with three starters. Not a great draft for the Colts, but far from the worst. Let us look back at the draft, and see who was selected and how their careers panned out. 1st round, 29th overall – Marlin Jackson As a rookie, Marlin Jackson appeared mostly...
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April 30, 2014  |  Discuss

The worst corners ever drafted by the Colts

When you talk about worst corners for the Colts, many think about the revolving door of backups the Colts would use due to their high end draft picks being injury riddled. Players such as Marlin Jackson and Kelvin Hayden fit that bill perfectly. Both were quality starters during the Peyton Manning era but couldn’t remain healthy. This, coupled with the poor drafting job by Bill...
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April 17, 2014  |  Discuss

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