Mailbag Part I: Will Andrew Luck give the Colts a discount?

Wells: This is one question I can’t speculate on because nobody knows -- and may not know until it’s time to negotiate -- what Andrew Luck and his representatives are thinking when it comes to a contract. You can’t fault Luck if he doesn’t want to give the Colts a “hometown” discount. He’s become one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL and he deserves to be paid top dollar for everything he’s done on the field for the franchise. I expect Luck to have an even better 2015 season than he had last year, when he threw for 4,761 yards and 40 touchdowns.

Wells: This is a question I seem to receive often. It’s highly unlikely that the Colts bring Ahmad Bradshaw back. You’re right, he was the Colts’ best running back during his two seasons with the team. But he couldn’t stay healthy. He played a total of 13 games in two seasons with Indianapolis because of a neck injury (2013) and a broken leg (2014).

Wells: GM Ryan Grigson, as everybody has realized during his first three seasons, is not afraid to take risks. He’ll evaluate the landscape of the draft once it starts and won’t hesitate to move up if there’s a player he wants to snag, and he won’t think twice about moving back in order to get an extra pick or two. Grigson will have his pre-draft press conference with the media on April 23. We should get a better indication of things then.

Wells: The Colts need to draft a cornerback or two. They lack depth at that position after Vontae Davis, Greg Toler and Darius Butler. Toler, who has a history of injury problems, played a career-high 15 games last season. So the Colts need to add some bodies at that position.