Without a first-round selection in the 2014 NFL draft, the Indianapolis Colts are going to be paying a lot more attention to players in the later rounds, hoping that they can get one or two steals that could help make them even more of a Super Bowl contender.
An 11-5 record and winning the AFC South were some impressive accomplishments for a team that lost several players to injury, including its No. 1 receiver in Reggie Wayne. Andrew Luck showed his development as a quarterback, and the rebuilding process that was supposed to last a few seasons appears to be over.
But now, the Colts must start looking at players to bring in to help strengthen some of the bigger holes on the offense. The later rounds are where teams can find depth players or hidden gems, so let's take a look at a couple of late-round prospects that would be great fits for the Colts.