The Colts picked up Matt Pryor at the roster cut deadline for a simple pick swap, sending a sixth-round pick to Philadelphia in exchange for a seventh-round pick
By the standards of the NFL trade market, Indianapolis gave up the bare minimum in order to get Pryor.
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Roughly a year later, Pryor is on his way to opening the 2022 season as the Colts’ starter on the most important position on the offensive line
Four weeks into training camp, Pryor is holding off third-round pick Bernhard Raimann for one of the few starting spots that seemed like it might be up for grabs.
I think Matt’s done a good job, and I think he’s given us a lot of confidence in him going into this week and into the season,” Colts head coach Frank Reich said
Pryor was known in Philly mostly as an emergency substitution best suited to play on the right side of the offensive line, either at guard or at tackle.