The Indianapolis Colts find themselves in a great position to be aggressive on players who have some question-marks heading into this off-season. Relying on the draft and getting younger has been a priority for general manager Chris Ballard and he might soon have an opportunity to take a chance on a young man whose upside is ridiculously high if he can fully recover from an off-field injury.
Just one year ago, Michigan State defensive lineman Malik McDowell was a highly coveted potential first round pick. He spent his career as a disruptive interior defender for the Spartans and projected to be another big piece of the Seahawks defense. Before he could even take a snap, he suffered a serious injury riding an ATV and has not been cleared to participate in Seattle since.
In most situations, it is best to avoid players who are unable to clear medicals.

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