NFL Draft: Who the Indianapolis Colts Could Draft in Round 2

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NFL Draft: Who the Indianapolis Colts Could Draft in Round 2
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The fact that the Colts are going to draft Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck first overall in the 2012 NFL Draft was probably the worst-kept secret in sports over the past four months.

By announcing that Luck would indeed be selected by the team, general manager Ryan Grigson killed off any remaining trace of doubt.

Thus, with no speculation necessary for the team’s first selection, genuine intrigue instead surrounds its second-round pick, which will be 34th overall.

Though it may seem convenient to do so, the team’s 2-14 record in 2011 cannot be attributed solely to the abysmal play of backup quarterback Curtis Painter. Rather, the Colts are a team filled with holes, and Peyton Manning’s injury last year helped expose this fact.

Among the team’s many needs: wide receiver, cornerback, tight end and both the offensive and defensive line stand out.

Based on current projections on where players will be taken, here are some possible second-round picks for the Colts.

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