DE - IND
Tyquan Lewis, a second round pick, was placed on IR with a nagging toe injury.
Lewis made an early impact this offseason and appeared to be ticketed for a spot in the DL rotation. He was playing both DE and DT and was especially disruptive as an interior pass rusher. Lewis' injury frees up snaps for fellow defensive linemen Jabaal Sheard, Kemoko Turay, Denico Autry, Tarell Basham, and others.
The Cleveland Browns traded the 64th pick in the NFL Draft and last pick in the second round to the Indianapolis Colts, who selected Ohio State University defensive end Tyquan Lewis.
After adding Kemoko Turay earlier in the second round, the Colts traded back into the second round to add another piece to their defensive line. Lewis can play defensive end or slide inside to defensive tackle on passing downs, proving some much-needed versatility to the Colts as they make the transition back to a 4-3 defensive front.