The Facts: Moncrief lost his starting job to Kamar Aiken at one point last season, and he finished with only 26 receptions for 391 yards and two touchdowns. That's not the type of production general manager Chris Ballard was looking for when evaluating the roster in his first season.
Diehards Line: This according to ESPN.com's Mike Wells, who went on to note that Moncrief had all the tools to be the Colts' best all-around receiver the past two seasons -- size, speed and strength -- but he continually failed to take advantage of the opportunities in front of him. He missed 11 games over the past two seasons because of injuries. What was even more disappointing for Moncrief in 2017 was that he had his worst season despite knowing that it was the final year of his rookie contract. It'll be interesting to see how he fits into the team's plans with a change of coaching staff.