(Photo : Andy Lyons/Getty Images) NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Jonathan Taylor (#28) of the Indianapolis Colts towards the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium on October 23, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Indianapolis Colts have lastly allowed their star working again, Jonathan Taylor, to hunt a commerce across the league, in keeping with NFL insider Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Colts have given All-Pro RB Jonathan Taylor permission to hunt a commerce, per league sources. Other groups now are weighing whether or not to make a suggestion to the Colts and what could be truthful worth. pic.twitter.com/AT7GgJGLAQ
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 21, 2023
Teams across the NFL at the moment are gauging the right worth of the 24-year-old, whereas his agent Malki Kawa has begun the method of calling groups.
The Colts asking value for Taylor will not be low cost, in keeping with a number of stories. The crew is looking for a first-round draft decide or a group of picks equal to 1 in trade for the working again.
The 2021 First Team All-Pro and Pro Bowl choice is coming into the ultimate yr of his four-year rookie contract, the place he’s set to earn $4.3 million for the 2023 NFL season. The determine makes him the 18th-highest-paid working again within the league this yr.
One month saga lastly nears an finish
The Jonathan Taylor-Indianapolis Colts battle is lastly reaching its remaining phases.
The dispute started practically a month in the past when Taylor requested a commerce out of Indianapolis after disagreeing on a contract extension with the crew on the finish of July. However, Colts proprietor Jim Irsay publicly and bluntly denied Taylor’s commerce request.
Reports surfaced that Taylor had suffered a again damage whereas figuring out on his personal over the summer season, however Taylor denied this. He continued to rehab his surgically repaired ankle away from the crew this month.
Taylor spent the entire preseason on the physically-unable-to-perform checklist of the Colts.
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