Denver Broncos: Five potential trade options to improve Denver’s secondary
By Andrew Wade
Quincy Wilson, Colts
This would be an interesting scenario especially because I am not quite sure why Quincy Wilson remains on the bench in Indianapolis. He could never get on Chuck Pagano’s good side last season considering he lost the battle for starting corner and was then inactive for a few games.
This is all while the Colts proceeded to go 4-12.
Typically when a team stinks as bad as the Colts did last season, the team tries to play the young guys to at least see what they’ve got in them. Not for Wilson.
This year with a new coach, outsiders figured it would be Wilson’s change. Apparently not in 2018 either. Wilson currently sits third on the depth chart behind undrafted second-year player Kenny Moore II and second-year, former fifth-rounder Nate Hairston.
Wilson was looked at as a potential first-rounder heading into the 2017 draft and now can’t even beat out a couple of unknown players on a bad Colts defense.
If the Denver Broncos could get Wilson for a late-round draft pick, it might be worth a flyer. See if the strong veteran presence of Chris Harris Jr and Von Miller can make an impact out of this high potential player.