These three Indianapolis Colts players may be on the move to new teams before the end of training camp and before the start of the regular season.
This offseason, the Indianapolis Colts and general manager Chris Ballard made some really practical moves in order to build a competitive roster for a deep playoff push. This comes after a disappointing 2021 season that resulted in a complete whiff on a playoff run.
Way back in March, a timeframe that seems like a lifetime ago, Indy traded one-year spectacle, Carson Wentz, to the Washington Commanders. Although Wentz had a solid statistical year in Indy, something seemed off with Colts owner Jim Irsay, ultimately leading to the departure of the now journeyman QB.
Another trade took place just days after when Indianapolis acquired defensive end Yannick Ngakoue from the Las Vegas Raiders for 2018 second-round pick Rock Ya Sin. Soon after, the Colts filled the void at their QB position by acquiring 2016 MVP Matt Ryan from the Atlanta Falcons.
General Manager Chris Ballard has definitely embraced the “All-In” approach set forth at the end of last season with the transactions this offseason. For someone who was once labeled as reserved, these moves have been pretty aggressive and should allow the Colts to edge closer to being one of the teams destined to play for a Super Bowl.
As we continuously approach training camp, you can almost guarantee by the trend of the offseason so far, that the Colts aren’t quite finished making roster moves in their conquest. That means there should be some players on the roster that could be making their way to new teams either during training camp, the preseason, or even early into the 2022 regular season.
Now, the question is, which Colts players could be on the trade block? Let’s take a look at 3 players that could potentially be moved.