Indianapolis Colts GM Pumps The Brakes On Trading Up In The 2023 NFL Draft

The Indianapolis Colts were arguably the NFL's most disappointing teams in the NFL in 2022, and they're now reportedly looking towards the 2023 NFL Draft to solve some of their biggest problems, specifically the Quarterback position.

Plenty of reports have recently come out too that the team will be looking to move up to the No. 1 overall spot to do that, but in the past few days, their GM Chris Ballard has thrown some water on that fire, saying that they don't necessarily need to do that in order to get their star QB of the future.

With Anthony Richardson, C.J. Stroud, Bryce Young and Will Levis all expected to go off the board early, at least one of them will be available at No. 4 for the Colts, and if they decide to not move up, they could still land a superstar and hang onto their assets.

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