Dolphins, Other NFL Teams Called Colts About Trading For RB Jonathan Taylor

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Six NFL teams have called the Colts about trading for RB Jonathan Taylor and two of them made trade offers, per ESPN’s Stephen Holder.

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The Miami Dolphins are among a number of NFL teams expressing interest in trading for Indianapolis Colts’ running back Jonathan Taylor.

The report comes from Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, who has revealed that the Dolphins are among the contenders vying for Taylor’s talents and have called the Colts about it.

The Colts recently granted Jonathan Taylor permission to explore potential trade opportunities. Jackson’s sources have also provided insight into the Colts’ demands for the trade.

It has been confirmed that the Colts are seeking a significant return for Jonathan Taylor, requesting either a first-round pick or multiple selections on the second day of the NFL draft.

This bold ask showcases the team’s desire to secure substantial value in exchange for their star running back, who is looking for a new contract.

Given Taylor’s proven on-field performance and potential, it remains to be seen if any team will take the leap to secure him for the upcoming season.

For now, all eyes are on the Indianapolis Colts as they evaluate the offers pouring in from various teams, including the Dolphins.