2020 NFL Draft: Colts Pick Up Extra Sixth-Round Pick In Trade Down With Patriots

The Indianapolis Colts today traded their sixth-round (182nd-overall) pick to the New England Patriots in exchange for two sixth-round picks — at 212th and 213th overall.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts today traded their sixth-round (182nd-overall) pick to the New England Patriots in exchange for two sixth-round picks — at 212th and 213th overall.

The move now gives the Colts three sixth-round picks: their original pick at 193rd-overall, as well as at 212 and 213.

This is the second time general manager Chris Ballard has traded back to acquire picks in this year's draft. On Friday, the team traded their third-round (75th-overall) and sixth-round (197th-overall) picks to the Detroit Lions in exchange for their third-round (85th-overall), fifth round (149th-overall) and sixth-round (182nd-overall) picks.

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