There’s a lot of buzz around the Matthew Stafford trade talks this week, and it only seems to be rising in intensity as the week goes on. With many coaches and general managers down in Alabama for the Senior Bowl, it would only make sense for talks to advance at this stage. And while it’s important to remember that a Stafford trade can’t become official until the new league year in mid-March, terms can be agreed upon—and subsequently leaked to the media—as early as the end of this sentence.

At this point, it’s hard to separate fact from fiction, as many “insiders” out there attempt to make a name for themselves by putting out false reports, but let’s do our best to lean on trusted sources and see where the latest rumors about Stafford’s next destination current stand.

The Colts are QB hungry

Colts owner Jim Irsay didn’t come right out and say that he wants Matthew Stafford, but he sure as hell sounded like someone prepared to go out and get him. Here’s what he told Zak Keefer of the The Athletic about their quarterback situation: