The Indianapolis Colts appear to be in the market for a quarterback, but contrary to a previous report, they have not spoken to Tom Brady’s reps, according to Stephen Holder of The Athletic.

Holder adds that the Colts have been taking a close look at Philip Rivers, which does not come as a surprise given that many have named Indianapolis as Rivers’ most likely destination this offseason.

Indy’s quarterback situation changed in an instant heading into 2019, as Andrew Luck suddenly retired a couple of weeks before the regular season began.

The Colts then turned the reins over to Jacoby Brissett, who had served as the team’s starting signal-caller when Luck was sidelined due to shoulder issues in 2017.

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Brissett got off to a good start, but as the season wore on, his production waned, and he finished with 2,942 yards, 18 touchdowns and six interceptions while completing 60.9 percent of his passes and posting a passer rating of 88.

In Brissett’s defense, Indianapolis dealt with a plethora of injuries on offense during the second half of the season, as wide receivers T.Y. Hilton, Devin Funchess and Parris Campbell were all out for varying degrees of time (Funchess was knocked out for the season in Week 1), tight end Eric Ebron saw his season cut short and running back Marlon Mack was banged up.

Even Brissett himself missed a game due to a sprained MCL, and there’s no telling how much the knee issue affected him even once he returned.

However, it seems pretty clear that the Colts are not entirely comfortable with Brissett under center moving forward, which is why they are taking a look at other quarterbacks heading into free agency.