(JACKSONVILLE, Fla.) — The Indianapolis Colts (2-14) locked up the number one pick in this years NFL Draft in April.
After the Jaguars (5-11) took care of them 19-13 on Sunday, the countdown began in Indy. Had they came out victorious, they would of fell to the number two spot.
Colts current quarterback Peyton Manning has been sidelined all season long with a neck injury but hasn’t really worried about whether or not the Colts would draft another quarterback come April.
“Like I said all along, the Colts are going to do what they have to do,” Manning said. “The draft is something the personnel department will address. They’ll deal with that as they see fit. As far as can I coexist with anybody? I think I can coexist with any player I’ve ever played with. I think I’ve always been a good teammate in that way. To speculate on how we’re going to draft, that’s more for other people to do, not the players.”I can play with anybody. It’s all going to shake out.”
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Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com