- Selected by the Colts in the sixth round (213th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Matt Eberflus 1-on-1: On DeForest Buckner, Xavier Rhodes, Draft Class Evaluations
Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus recently sat down for a Colts.com 1-on-1 interview. What are his thoughts on all the newest additions to the Indy defense in 2020, including DeForest Buckner, Xavier Rhodes and all four defensive picks from 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).
Jordan Glasgow Could Be 'Really Special Core Special Teams Player' For Colts
The National Football League is full of guys who have been able to stick around due to their effort rather than freakish size and athletic ability. The Indianapolis Colts got one of those players with tons of heart in former Michigan defender Jordan Glasgow, whom they selected in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft at No. 213 overall.
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.
Jordan Glasgow: 'What Matters Is The Work You Put In Now Going Forward'
The Indianapolis Colts used their final pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on a hard-working defender who can play multiple roles for them in Michigan linebacker Jordan Glasgow, but he could very well carve out a role as a top special teamer in the NFL.