Colts emerge as possible suitors in Jets trade talks

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New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh prepares his rookies before an NFL game.

The trade chatter surrounding New York Jets wide receiver Denzel Mims just won’t die.

Especially considering the talented full-back was a healthy inactivity for the first two games of the season. If they don’t want to use it, they have to argue that maybe they should treat it.

Denzel Mims is shipped off to the Colts

Christopher Knox has one ongoing article for Bleacher Report, which breaks down the top players on the trading block. Each week, players can move up and down the list based on a variety of factors.

Mims is now the “top wideout” to be featured and a new suitor has emerged for his services.

“The Indianapolis Colts would also do well to give Mims a chance. Indy has just one touchdown and has been bottom in offense for two weeks. At this point, the Colts must consider all receiver options.”

A variety of teams have been discussed in recent months, but the Colts have not surfaced.

Right now hers current leading receiver is Ashton Dulin with 125 yards. Who?! Exactly.

You have two Very beautiful Team options: Michael Pittman Jr. and rookie Alec Pierce (who is yet to stat this season).

Mims is another player who shares this with Pierce. With the Jets reception group’s current construct, Mims is unable to get onto the field.

However, if you put him on offense with opportunity and a former NFL MVP at quarterback in Matt Ryan, it could be a winning combo.

Frankly, what do the Colts have to lose? They are currently 0-1-1 in the season and have fought their way offensively through the first two games of the season.

Mims could provide a spark and perhaps a long-term response at the wide receiver position.

No specific compensation for this potential trade was discussed in the article, however, Jets’ asking price was a fourth-round draft decision. Knox suggested that because the team doesn’t need him, “their price should be a lot lower.”

Balancing risk and reward at Denzel Mims

General Manager Joe Douglas, ever since he ran the Jets, is one guy who drew a line in the sand. In other words, when he says something, he sticks with it.

With the Mims price leaked as a fourth-round target, it seems hard to believe Douglas would simply sell it for less.

Especially since the former Baylor product was a loyal soldier. Outside of his public trade request Taking to social media and some questions to the press, Mims hasn’t ruffled any feathers within the organization.

Until he does, there doesn’t seem to be any urgency to make a trade as soon as possible. The blunt truth is that the Jets have him under contract for the next two seasons incredibly cheap Valuation.

Unless they’re either overwhelmed by an offer or get what they’re looking for, the Jets can just stand here. Mims is still extremely talented and offers fantastic injury insurance should anything happen at the position.

A good example of this is veteran Corey Davis, who happens to appear on Thursday, September 22nd’s injury report.

The list of surprise injuries probably indicates that this happened during training. It’s unclear how serious the injury is, but it’s a constant reminder that having depth at a wide receiver isn’t the worst thing in the world. Colts emerge as possible suitors in Jets trade talks

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