The Indianapolis Colts are on the clock. Right now.
4/25: Adam Schefter is reporting that when the Colts select Andrew Luck with the first overall pick his contract will be for 4 years, $22 million dollars.
4/24: The Colts have announced they will draft QB Andrew Luck with the 1st overall pick.
After the untimely demise of our lord and savior, Peyton Manning, the Colts plummeted straight into the depths of NFL hell.
They suffered a 2-14 record on the way there.
At the risk of alienating fans and (if possible) actually getting worse, the Colts cut loose people from former general manager Bill Polian and his son, Chris Polian all the way down to undrafted free agent Blair White.
And virtually everybody in between.
Questions abound in how to go about filling the multitude of holes in the depth chart, how the defense will adjust and even what to do with current players.
Will they draft Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III? Will they make the switch to a 3-4 defense? Will they score more than 10 points a game next season?
That last one is still a source of debate.