The Colts appear to NOT have a round-5 pick this year, so IMO, if they want Baldwin to play with his former OC and QB-Luck, their round 4 pick, #118 overall MIGHT be a potentially acceptable option. Per current cbssports.com rankings their round 4 - #118 pick could result in players like:
CB-Leon McFadden, CB-Brandon McGee (both projected as potential slot corners),
DE-Devin Taylor, DE-Cory Lemonier, DT-Jordan Hill,
OLB-Jelani Jenkins, OLB-Gerald Hodges,
OT-David Quessenberry, OT-Jordan Mills,
WR-Kenny Stills, WR-Cobi Hamilton, WR-Chris Harper, WR-Steadman Bailey (if he somehow falls),
RB-Marcus Lattimore, RB-Kenyon Barner, RB-Le'Veon Bell.
--Thinking as if this were a straight-up trade, which of these, IF ANY, would we consider trading for Doug Baldwin?
If not a 4-th this year, maybe the Seahawks would take a round 7 pick this year and a round 3 pick next year that replaces the ones given up in the Harvin trade? We all know how JS values draft picks.
I'm sure PC/JS would consider any possibilities they think will help the team, so you never know.......
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