The Indianapolis Colts have finally added a quarterback after trading for Matt Ryan. The team has also decided to give Matt Pryor a shot at left tackle and traded for Yannick Ngakoue.
With about a month until the NFL Draft, the Colts already have answers to some of the positions that were a concern entering the offseason. One position the team hasn’t addressed is wide receiver.
Indy’s receiving room is lacking behind Michael Pittman Jr. and the team hasn’t been involved in all of the receiver movement this offseason. That could change after the latest receiver domino that fell.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Miami Dolphins traded for six-time Pro Bowler Tyreek Hill, sending a haul of picks to the Kansas City Chiefs. The big acquisition now brings the future of some of Miami’s current receivers into question.
Similar to the Los Angeles Rams, who traded Robert Woods shortly after signing Allen Robinson
the Dolphins could be willing to part ways with productive veteran DeVante Parker.
Dolphins already have Jaylen Waddle and just signed Cedrick Wilson.
There’s a possibility that Devante Parker gets shaken loose by this Hill trade.