I don’t think I buy the QB whisperer thing either. At the very least...I need to see proof of concept on a draft pick or a really young QB before I would entertain it, instead of going back to the well (twice now).
In all seriousness I kind of like this idea. Colts trade away one of the NFL's current top centers with Kelly and replace him with another stud coming out of Alabama, a much younger version. Obviously a risk here with Dickerson and his late season injury so why am doubling down on drafting another center for a short-term stop gap but also feel Pinter can step in right away as needed. Other key factor is as others have pointed out going low cost draftee to fill our void at LT. Now the Colts if they could pull this trade off might even be able to consider trading up again with say the Jets and take a QB. Honestly still have reservations about Wentz and if he is the true long-term answer the Colts are searching for. If not groom the young QB under Wentz for a year and cut Wentz free.
The Colts do have a lot of pending FAs to make decisions about. With the trade scenario the Colts still have ~$9-10 million in cap space left over. The only thing with that in mind is changing being honest and losing our 2nd draft pick and having an additional 5th round back and select a depth WR since wouldn't be getting a good WR early in Round 2. Round 6 much rather with the extra projected cap savings on hand sign Texans LT Roderick Johnson. At least he has experience in this Division then target LCB Tay Gowan (UCF) whom opted out this past season but is considered a sleeper this draft.
When your done being narrow-minded look the rest over and be honest see if this is doable and fills our major voids.