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Trade coming to Indianapolis? | NFL Fan Poll

Trade coming to Indianapolis?

Updated: August 23, 2012
Source: The Bleacher Report

Source: The Bleacher Report

The owner of the Colts, Jim Irsay, has given indications that the team is thinking about a trade, and that the deal could include a high draft pick, according to ESPN. Irsay offered the vague news via Twitter throughout the day on Thursday. It all started out with a “TRADE WINDS BLOWING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” from his @JimIrsay twitter handle.

Additional tweets came in during Thursday afternoon.

“SERIOUS TRADE WINDS Swirling! We’re talking given up high pick for SERIOUS Vet/Starter!.. these deals often crumble n don’t reach completion.”

“Colts Fans..Your GM Mr Grigson isn’t afraid to roll the dice n aggressively improve YOUR Indianapolis Colts..n my check book stands ready!”

“9 times out of 10 these deals fizzle out like a faulty Roman Candle;any other info at this time is proprietary,must move behind the curtain!”

According to ESPN, there hasn’t been any indication who Irsay or the team might be trying to get for the Colts – though they have a need for offensive line and cornerback positions. Head coach Chuck Pagano and general manager Ryan Grigson have both made it clear they will do anything they need to improve the Colts team. What do you think the trade could be – or do who it might involve. At this time, everything is speculation and there have been no confirmed reports of a trade. Colts fans – is this exciting news or will you wait until the reports are confirmed to buy into the hype Irsay is making? Let’s hear your opinions! Vote in the poll below and don’t forget to leave some predictions in the comment box.

(via ESPN, Twitter)

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