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With Turray out for the season and the Colts needing at least some depth in rotation on passing downs do you think they'd consider trading for Vic?

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His stats have dropped off a bunch since 2016, and he's going to want a lot of cash. I don't see it.

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Depends on the price, if they aren’t asking for much then, sure, I’d swing a deal for a young guy 2 years removed from a 15 sack season. However, it’d have to be cheap, because I value picks highly personally. Not to mention, it might just be a seasonal rental, as he is a FA after this year. We could resign him, but that’s only if he performs, and the pick might not be worth that risk. Depends on Ballard in the end

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31 minutes ago, WarGhost21 said:

Depends on the price, if they aren’t asking for much then, sure, I’d swing a deal for a young guy 2 years removed from a 15 sack season. However, it’d have to be cheap, because I value picks highly personally. Not to mention, it might just be a seasonal rental, as he is a FA after this year. We could resign him, but that’s only if he performs, and the pick might not be worth that risk. Depends on Ballard in the end

No he stinks.

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I'd trade for Leonard Williams before Beasley. At least Williams is productive in stopping the run. If Beasley can't get to the quarterback(which he doesn't), he's useless.

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1 hour ago, Solon said:

I'd trade for Leonard Williams before Beasley. At least Williams is productive in stopping the run. If Beasley can't get to the quarterback(which he doesn't), he's useless.

I would lead towards Williams too.  I just have a feeling Ballard is going to make a move before the deadline.  My guess DT or WR.  Especially if we win tomorrow.  

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16 minutes ago, richard pallo said:

I would lead towards Williams too.  I just have a feeling Ballard is going to make a move before the deadline.  My guess DT or WR.  Especially if we win tomorrow.  

If he makes a trade,   it won't be a blockbuster trade for a superstar.   I know you keep getting your hopes up,   but it's not going to happen

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Ballard won’t trade his draft picks. He is a build thru the draft guy, clearly. 

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Useless.

 

Aside from his 15 sack season, he's been below average for the most part.

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