Colts general manager Ryan Grigson used his first two picks in the NFL draft helping Andrew Luck.
On Saturday, he may try to help coach Chuck Pagano's defense.
Indiana's most glaring need entering the draft was at safety, a position they couldn't address Thursday because they didn't have a first-round pick and something they chose not to address Friday.
But with four safeties going in the first round and two more going Friday, it's unclear what Indy might do. The Colts may try to add a pass-rusher or give Luck even more weapons on offense.
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