Ryan Grigson: 'We have limited options in 2014 Draft'

Grigson: 'We have limited options in Draft'
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Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson admits that his options are limited in the upcoming NFL Draft with just five picks to use.

Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson has revealed that his options are limited regarding potential trades in the 2014 Draft.

The Colts used their first-round pick to acquire Trent Richardson from the Cleveland Browns, and they have just five selections to use at New York City Music Hall next week.

"I have five picks. It's not like I can offer up a whole lot to make any great moves upwards," Grigson told reporters.

"With a very deep draft and with all the juniors, the exciting thing is after the draft. We are going to really focus on that.

"We're looking at different avenues on how we can be productive on draft day with just five picks. I think after the draft, with the depth of this draft, I feel that's really an area to really target. You know they're at least going to make some noise in camp."

The Colts' first pick in the 2014 Draft will be 59th overall in the second round.

Trent Richardson of the Indianapolis Colts runs for yardage during the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field on September 29, 2013
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