The Indianapolis Colts are looking to upgrade at certain positions and that may mean trading away some good players.
This offseason will be a big one for the Indianapolis Colts. The team is a few pieces away from having a Super Bowl-caliber roster, and the front office seems motivated to acquire those pieces.
Ideally, things would be best if the necessary players could be signed in free agency or via the draft but it doesn’t always work like that. Sometimes teams have to make the sacrifice and trade away current players in order to reach the next level.
With all the noise surrounding the Colts’ quest to upgrade at quarterback and improve at receiver, general manager, Chris Ballard, was recently asked if any of Indianapolis’ players were untouchable in trade talks.
Surprisingly, Ballard said no, there aren’t any current players who are un-tradeable. He did emphasize that several players are in Indy’s plans for the future but alluded that even for the right price, they could be moved.
While Ballard is the man who makes the decisions, it’s hard to agree that a Colts roster with a league-high seven Pro Bowlers doesn’t have at least one player that’s off-limits in trade talks.
An argument can be made that even more than one player in Indianapolis should be off-limits. Let’s take a look at three players who should be untouchable in trade talks.