While he is most well known as a member of the Atlanta Falcons, he was traded to the Indianapolis Colts in the 2022 offseason, where excitement and morale were both high in the locker room.
Now, his future is filled with lots of question marks.
Matt Ryan said he still loves playing football, but he's not committed to anything, here or wherever. pic.twitter.com/6QbfVseMtD
— Lawrence Owen (@Colts_Law) January 10, 2023
At this point, it appears that Ryan would like to play football somewhere in 2023, but is unsure where he will be playing.
Although he is tied to the Colts through the 2023 season, it appears that both sides aren’t necessarily certain that Ryan is the best fit to lead the team moving forward.
Ryan isn’t tied to the Colts in 2023, but wherever he plays, he is almost sure to be a Hall of Famer when everything is said and done in his career.
Currently, Ryan is seventh all-time in career passing yards and can vault himself into the top five in 2023 if he can throw for more than 2,000 yards.
Ryan is also ninth on the all-time list for passing touchdowns, and, depending on how much longer he plays, will be able to move up on that list as well.
He has nothing more to prove, but it looks like Ryan’s NFL journey will not be coming to a close just yet.
Will there be another suitor besides the Colts that would take on Ryan in 2023?
Most NFL teams either have a franchise quarterback or are planning to draft one in a few months.
We’ll soon see what the market looks like for Ryan.