Eagles trade Matt Pryor to Colts

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The Colts have gained some depth along their offensive line.

Indianapolis has acquired offensive lineman Matt Pryor and a 2022 seventh-round pick from Philadelphia in exchange for a 2022 sixth-round pick, the teams announced on Tuesday.

The Eagles selected Pryor in the sixth round of the 2018 draft. He did not play as a rookie but appeared in 12 games in 2019 and started 10 games for Philadelphia last season.

With several injury concerns along their offensive line, the Colts needed more depth up front. Sam Tevi was placed on injured reserve on Monday after tearing his ACL during Indianapolis’ preseason finale.

4 responses to “Eagles trade Matt Pryor to Colts

  1. Unless he was going to get cut, the eagles should’ve tried for at least a 5th if not a 4th. Not a world beater but he is a serviceable backup with experience. He was pretty much traded for nothing.

  2. With the trouble they have keeping healthy OL bodies? He’s a good back-up and can fill in at different spots

  3. Good. He’s a perfect example of the idea that we’re not supposed to notice offensive linemen. Seemed like we heard his number called for the wrong reasons way too often.

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