INDIANAPOLIS — After making two trades in the second day of the 2018 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts made yet another move on the final day of action.
The Colts on Saturday traded their fifth-round (140th-overall) selection to the Oakland Raiders in exchange for the Raiders' 159th (fifth-round) and 185th (sixth-round) choices.
Barring any more moves, the Colts' 10 picks this year will be tied for the most the team has had since the NFL Draft went to a seven-round format back in 1994, according to FOX59/CBS4 reporter Mike Chappell.
The Colts now have the following picks left:
• Round 5 / 22nd pick in round / 159th overall selection (from Oakland)
• Round 5 / 32nd pick in round / 169th overall selection (from Philadelphia)
• Round 6 / 11th pick in round / 185 overall selection (from Oakland)
• Round 7 / 3rd pick in round / 221st overall selection