Colts 'probably' would've picked Anthony Richardson at No. 1.

Jim Irsay, the owner of the Indianapolis Colts, provided an answer to a query that many of us.

Had since the team selected quarterback Anthony Richardson with the No. 4 overall choice.

It appeared to be the straightforward decision for the Colts to make since Bryce Young and C.J. Stroud were off the table.

But what if the Colts got first dibs on the best player available? Richardson most likely would have.

Been the selection regardless, Irsay told the journalists on Saturday. When asked about that fictitious scenario.

Irsay replied, "We would've probably taken Anthony.Richardson has been the Colts' objective for the entire time for this reason, in.

Addition to others. Irsay did, however, suggest that if Richardson hadn't been present, the squad would probably have chosen Will Levis of Kentucky.

The Tennessee Titans, a division opponent, eventually selected Levis at No. 33 overall after Levis dropped to the second round.