The Indianapolis Colts should be aggressive to improve their roster this season.
After a very disappointing 2022 season that saw them finish with the fourth-worst record in the league, the Colts made some changes.
They hired a new head coach Shane Steichen and he brings in a new offensive philosophy.
But, the Colts do not have a franchise quarterback for him to work with.
Indianapolis should be interested in drafting a quarterback with their fourth pick.
This should be someone that can come in and start to turn their franchise around.
But, the Colts will need to build an offensive line around whoever they have at quarterback.
Their offensive line surprisingly struggled last season and they are looking to make some moves.
According to Jeremy Fowler, Colts center Ryan Kelly is available for trade.
Sources with several NFL teams say #Colts’ three-time Pro Bowl center Ryan Kelly is available for potential trade.
That and much more in our last-minute NFL free agency buzz (@DanGrazianoESPN and me)https://t.co/A65LV4MSbn
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) March 12, 2023
Kelly will be entering his age-30 season next year and the Colts must think they can get younger at his position.
Over seven seasons with the Colts, Kelly has started all 97 of the games he has played.
The veteran center has a cap hit of $12.4 million in 2023, which seems to be a number that the Colts do not want to pay.
If the Colts are going to fully commit to a rebuild, it makes sense that they trade some of their veterans.
It will be interesting to see what team Kelly takes the field for next season.NEXT: NFL Analyst Sees 1 QB As A Great Fit For Colts