As the Indianapolis Colts continue to rebuild into a Super Bowl contender once again, this offseason is an excellent chance for them to bring in key pieces, and there are a number of realistic trade scenarios that would be beneficial for this team.
After falling to the New England Patriots in the AFC divisional round, the Colts have wasted no time bringing in new faces. From unknown CFL and AFL prospects like 6'9'' offensive tackle Jack Breckner to hiring former Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski to serve as special assistant to the head coach, the Colts are casting a wide net to continue to improve as an organization.
General manager Ryan Grigson isn't afraid to make plenty of moves during the offseason, and a trade or two could be a real possibility over the next couple of months. With that being said, let's take a look at a few possible trade scenarios that would help the Colts before the regular season begins.