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What about the Colts taking a QB?



The Colts have had workouts with both Andy Dalton and Colin Kapernick now.  While I know they have worked out QBs in the past, I have to wonder if there is anything to this.  Painter is awful, we can all agree on that, but we are probably talking about a 3rd round pick for one of these guys.  I'm not sure I buy it because Peyton still has 3-5 good years left and a 3rd round pick is too much for a guy who will never see the field.  I am firmly of the belief that franchise QBs MUST come from the first round, so even developing a guy like this for the long haul doesn't seem to fit.  Curious what anyone else thinks about this.

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