The Indianapolis Colts just signed wide receiver Kamar Aiken yesterday, but they might not be done looking at wideouts.
The Sacramento Bee’s Matt Barrows reported yesterday that Rod Streater has drawn interest from the Colts and Seahawks, among other teams, though he hasn’t taken any visits yet. Today, the St. Paul Pioneer Press’ Chris Tomasson reported that the Vikings also have interest in Streater, while the Colts, Seahawks, Browns, and 49ers are in the mix too.
Streater entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2012 with the Oakland Raiders and he spent the first four seasons of his career with the Raiders (2012-2015) before he signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2016 offseason. Shortly before the regular season started, however, the Chiefs traded Streater to the San Francisco 49ers for the 2016 season. During his career, he has played in 52 games and started 21 of them, catching 127 passes for 1,755 yards and ten touchdowns while averaging 13.8 yards per catch. His best season came with the Raiders in 2013 when he started 14 games (playing in all 16) and caught 60 passes for 888 yards and four touchdowns. Last year with the 49ers, he played in all 16 games and started two of them, catching 18 passes for 191 yards and two scores.
It’s unclear whether the Colts still have interest in Streater following the signing of Kamar Aiken or not, but either way it’s likely that Streater would simply be brought in for depth and to compete for a spot and for playing time.