Report: Colts turned down two trade offers for Jacoby Brissett

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The Colts received two trade offers for Jacoby Brissett, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reports. Indianapolis turned down both.

Brissett is under contract for $735,076 in 2018 and $890,114 in 2019, and though Colts owner Jim Irsay expressed optimism at Andrew Luck‘s rehab, the team’s starting quarterback has not played in more than a year. Thus, Brissett comes with a modest price tag and with value to the franchise considering his 17 starts.

The Colts acquired Brissett from the Patriots before the start of the season, and he went 4-11 with 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions.