Helped and hurt: Indianapolis Colts

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Thoughts on veterans helped and hurt by the Colts' eight-man draft class.

Helped: Left tackle Tony Ugoh

The Colts drafted only one offensive lineman, and seventh-rounder Jaimie Thomas comes into the league as a guard. By not drafting a guy who played tackle in college, the Colts offered no indication that they are unhappy with Ugoh, who was inconsistent and banged up last year and is viewed by some personnel people around the league as too soft.

Hurt: Defensive tackle Daniel Muir

Despite qualifying as the heaviest defensive tackle for the Colts last year, he appeared in only six games after he was claimed off waivers from Green Bay just before the season. With two big defensive tackles, second-rounder Fili Moala and fourth-rounder Terrance Taylor, added to the mix to go along with Antonio Johnson and Keyunta Dawson, Muir ranks as the fifth guy inside. The math suggests he'll have a hard time sticking if the guys in front of him are healthy.