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The Indianapolis Colts have set themselves up to reload their roster over the next few seasons.
After their 2022 campaign that resulted in a record of 4-12-1, the Colts will have the fourth and 35th overall picks in April’s draft.
The Colts are reportedly in the market to draft a quarterback, given their lack of success with Matt Ryan last season.
Ahead of the draft, the Colts have several players that they have been reported to move on from.
Destin Adams, a Colts insider, recently pointed to Ryan Kelly and Mo Alie-Cox as two of their options.
Ryan Kelly and Moe Alie-Cox are two that have been reported already.
— Destin Adams (@TheDestinAdams) March 13, 2023
Kelly is a center, and Alie-Cox is a tight end.
Although these are two marquee positions for any offense, the Colts must believe that they have a plan in place to replace these two.
If the Colts do select a quarterback with their fourth overall pick, they will want to surround their new quarterback with great offensive weapons.
Alie-Cox doesn’t appear to line up with their model moving forward, which is why the team is reportedly fine with trading him.
Jonathan Taylor and Michael Pittman Jr. have been identified within the organization as key pieces of this offense.
With those two leading the charge, a rookie quarterback would already have two great pieces to work with.
Who else will the Colts add throughout this process?
The AFC South is one of the weakest divisions in the league.
With any luck, a new quarterback will instigate change for this organization, resulting in a better overall record, and the ability to succeed in this division.
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