Four hypothetical trades for the Colts as the trade deadline approaches.

Four hypothetical trades for the Colts as the trade deadline approaches.

The NFL trade deadline is right around the corner and there are plenty of moves the Indianapolis Colts could make.

Trade rumor season has begun in the NFL as the trade deadline is Tuesday, October 31st. The Indianapolis Colts could appear to be both a buyer and a seller, especially as they look to the future of rookie QB Anthony Richardson following a season-ending shoulder injury. Here are some hypothetical names and trades the Colts could look at before the deadline.
Colts could trade Broncos WR Jerry Jeudy.

Colts get: Jerry Jewdy, 2024 sixth-round pick.

Broncos get: Alec Pierce, 2024 fourth-round pick.

This is almost certainly a disappointing pass-catcher trade for both teams.
Chris Ballard is rumored to be expecting Alabama’s Jerry Judy in 2020.
Indy was without a first round pick that year as it was traded to the San Francisco 49ers in the DeForest Buckner trade.
With Gardner Minshew filling in for the injured Anthony Richardson, Alec Pierce will be more of an on-ball threat and less on Indy’s radar.
Jeudy doesn’t seem like a good fit with Denver’s new staff, and it looks like the franchise will take a deep cut and go into full rebuild mode while deciding its future.
Could this be where Denver gave up hope and gave up on Judy for less money than she wanted? They are in desperate need of assets in terms of players and project capital.
They released two key defensive assets: Randy Gregory (to SF) and Frank Clark.
Jeudy’s contract is currently very comfortable and it is believed that he would be willing to sign a new contract if he is traded.
He still has a lot to prove, but a change of scenery could be good for him if he wants to land that second big NFL contract.


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