The Colts agreed to send a 2021 third round draft pick and a conditional 2022 second round pick — that will likely become a first rounder — to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for quarterback Carson Wentz. If Wentz can revive his career in Indianapolis remains to be seen, but the Colts — who have opened the season with a different starting quarterback each of the past four years — clearly believe the 28-year-old can bring stability to the position.
He was about as clean as it gets on the offensive line, earning an 85.0-plus overall grade in each of his three years as a starter. S MALIK HOOKER, OHIO STATE Hooker was a one-year wonder who was easy to fall in love with. He notched seven picks in his lone season of 2016, many of which came in highlight-reel fashion.
According to Michael Pittman Jr.’s personal Instagram account, the soon-to-be second year wide receiver—along with fellow wideout Dezmon Patmon, are working out this early offseason with quarterback Jacob Eason in a 2020 Indianapolis Colts’ rookie class offseason ‘get together’ of sorts (via 1075 The Fan’s Kevin Bowen): It was recently reported that Pittman Jr. plans to work out with another Colts quarterback, new starter Carson Wentz, at some point this offseason too.