Colts still looking for help on offensive line, defense

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Colts still need help along the offensive line. And they're still trying to plug holes on the defense.

They're hoping to do both with six picks in the final four rounds of the NFL draft on Saturday.

Indianapolis will pick a little earlier than initially expected following a Friday night trade with Tampa Bay that allowed the teams to swap fourth-round picks. The deal allows the Colts to move up 19 spots to No. 109 overall.

General manager Ryan Grigson still hasn't taken a safety, thought to be Indy's most glaring need. He also hasn't selected an offensive lineman or a defensive tackle, two other spots the Colts may look to fill.



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