Earlier in the day, Adam Schefter was on ESPN discussing potential trades that he would explore but may not actually happen.
The Internet almost exploded when he suggested the Indianapolis Colts send receiver Reggie Wayne to the Buffalo Bills for a fourth-round draft pick. I like Mr. Schefter and think he does a very nice job, but that might be the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard.
The Colts haven't indicated a willingness to move Wayne at all, and none of us should expect that to happen. While the team is having a very disappointing season, the organization hasn't shown that it is ready to start selling off assets.
Wayne is a five-time Pro Bowler who is well-liked in the community and has been a rock for the franchise.
Since the 2005 season, the Miami product has caught 566 passes for 7,639 yards and 46 touchdowns. That's an average of 94.3 catches, 1,273.2 yards and 7.67 touchdowns per season.
Wayne is 32 but really hasn't shown any signs of slowing down. If Peyton Manning were healthy, his top receiver would likely be headed for another Pro Bowl season. No way would the Colts part with him, and certainly not for only a fourth-round pick.