Colts trade cornerback Quincy Wilson to Jets for pick

Darin Gantt
ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

The Colts were hoping Quincy Wilson would become a regular for them when they used a second-round pick on him in 2017.

They just swapped him for pennies on that dollar, sending him to the Jets in exchange for a sixth-rounder (211th overall).

Wilson started 10 games in his first two seasons, but none last year, and only played in nine games last season.

It’s a chance for a fresh start, but also a reunion, as he joins former Colts teammates Pierre Desir and Nate Hairston there.

The Colts took Massahcusetts cornerback Isaiah Rodgers with the pick.

Colts trade cornerback Quincy Wilson to Jets for pick originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

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