Despite without Jonathan Taylor to start the season, the Indianapolis Colts are 2-1. The All-Pro running back has yet
to play this season as he recovers from an ankle injury that landed him on the physically unable to perform list.
Taylor is forced to miss the first four weeks of the season, giving him a chance to return in Week 5, for which he claims he is prepared.
However, after requesting a trade, there is no assurance Taylor will return to the Colts' lineup.
With Taylor entering the final year of his rookie deal, a trade could yet take place.
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Offers have already been made, including one from the Miami Dolphins, who have the greatest rushing attack in the NFL entering into Week 4.
The Colts, according to Destin Adams, will continue to listen to trade proposals, but they also want to see how he performs in first-year coach Shane Steichen's offense.
Nonetheless, given Taylor's talent, a trade is still plausible, especially given how many teams have already sought out.
However, the report does not specify how recently any of these teams communicated with the Colts
After having the league's best rushing attack entering Week 4, it's difficult to fathom the Dolphins still having a strong offer on the table.