Jonathan Williams has been chronically hurt and hasn’t been active in any game this season except for one for the Colts. He is in a crowded running back room and hasn’t really gotten to show what he can do. That’s why he is a candidate to get moved elsewhere.
The problem is finding someone who would take him and give anything in return. Williams has done next to nothing in his career. He has a total of 1 touchdown in his 4-year career. He only has 3 rushing attempts as a member of the Colts.
It would be unreasonable to expect any kind of high compensation for a player of his caliber. Best case scenario is getting a 7th round pick in return. He isn’t worth very much to a lot of the teams in the league. The Colts would be lucky to get even that in return.
Ultimately because of that, he is an unlikely candidate to get moved. The Colts will likely hold onto him and maybe put him on the practice squad or something. They need someone to be an emergency running back in case someone gets hurt.
It will be interesting to see if the Colts decide to move anyone before the deadline. It will be interesting to see if they want to acquire anyone as well. We will let you know if anything transpires.