Why would the Colts make the trade? Indianapolis has made an apparent and obvious effort to distance the franchise from the moves made by Ryan Grigson as much as possible. In the first months after Chris Ballard was hired he parted ways with Dwayne Allen, Patrick Robinson, D’Qwell Jackson and allowed plenty of other Grigson acquistions to walk in free agency.
Shipping off Dorsett — sunk costs in the eyes of the franchise — looked to be in the cards for a while. In addition to the Patriots, the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens were also reportedly in the running for the receiver.
But the compensation for the receiver is what makes it an odd move for the Colts. For months, the team has kept quiet about the recovery of Andrew Luck and Jim Irsay suggested Friday that the problem is in Luck’s head.
Haden is a starter for the Browns defense, and Erving can be a backup for the team at several positions. Improving the roster in the future is great and all, but the Browns would like to win games in 2017 and draft picks in 2018 aren’t going to help that cause.
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Trading them for players wouldn’t make too much sense either, unless those players are young pieces that can continue to reshape the roster for the future.
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