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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Colts already have a plan for the rest of draft weekend. They're going to plug holes.
After using their first-round pick on Miami receiver Phillip Dorsett in the first round, Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano told reporters there are plenty of good players still on Indy's draft board. With eight more picks over the next six rounds, there are plenty of ways to find help.
Some of the names being bandied about by Colts' fans before the draft -- safety Landon Collins, pass-rusher Randy Gregory and defensive tackle Eddie Goldman -- are still available.
The question is how long they'll last and who will be around when the Colts make the first of two picks Friday, at No. 61 overall.
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