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Colts trade 2022 6th to Eagles for OL Matt Pryor + 2022 7th

Indianapolis acquires a versatile swing lineman from Philadelphia.

NFL: Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Indianapolis Colts have made a trade on roster cut-down day. Indianapolis has traded a 2022 6th-round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for OT/OG Matt Pryor plus a 2022 7th-round selection.

Standing at 6-foot-7, 338 pounds, Pryor has an inside-out versatility to play offensive tackle and guard. Last season for the Eagles, Pryor started 10 games with the majority coming at right guard.

Pryor was a 2018 6th-round pick from TCU who has been a strong depth piece for Philadelphia over the last three seasons. Now in Indianapolis, Pryor will slide into a swing tackle role, replacing the recently waived Will Holden.

With the Colts projected to receive a 5th and 6th-round compensatory pick (Denico Autry + Jacoby Brissett), swapping picks with Philadelphia for a potential upgrade along the offensive line makes sense.

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