- Selected by the Colts in the fourth round (122nd overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Colts Sign Three 2020 Draft Picks: Jonathan Taylor, Jacob Eason And Jordan Glasgow
The Indianapolis Colts today announced they have signed three of their picks from the 2020 NFL Draft class: running back Jonathan Taylor (second round), quarterback Jacob Eason (fourth round) and linebacker Jordan Glasgow (sixth round).
Colts Mailbag: Nyheim Hines Set For Big Year, Chad Kelly's Future, Rotation At Defensive End, Evaluating The Tight End Position
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about running back Nyheim Hines' role in 2020, quarterback Chad Kelly's future in Indy, how the team will handle the defensive end rotation, where the Colts are at tight end and much more.
Jacob Eason Lands In Perfect Situation For Himself And The Colts
Washington's Jacob Eason certainly has the tools to develop into a quality NFL quarterback. After being selected by the Indianapolis Colts in the fourth round of this year's NFL Draft, Eason finds himself in an ideal situation to put it all together.
Colts Mailbag: Moving Up To Take Jonathan Taylor, Day 3 Impact Players, Parris Campbell's Role, Jadeveon Clowney Interest?
In this week's Colts Mailbag, readers inquire about why the team decided to trade up and take a running back, Jonathan Taylor, in the second round of the draft, which Day 3 selections might make the biggest immediate impact, wide receiver Parris Campbell's 2020 role, possible interest in defensive end Jadeveon Clowney and much more.
Jacob Eason Excited For Opportunity To Learn From Colts' Quarterbacks Room
The Indianapolis Colts waited until the fourth round of this year's NFL Draft to take a quarterback when they selected Washington's Jacob Eason, who many believed was a solid fit for Indy throughout the pre-draft process. Eason on Saturday talked to the local media about his opportunity with the Colts.
Colts Draft 2020: Top Takeaways From Chris Ballard And Frank Reich
The Indianapolis Colts on Saturday wrapped up the 2020 NFL Draft with nine new, exciting prospects — five on offense, and four on defense — to work with. What were the top takeaways from the three days of action from general manager Chris Ballard and head coach Frank Reich?