Second round bust Parris Campbell (just 31 career receptions) has missed most of his first three NFL seasons with one injury after another. It looks like the Colts are moving away from Carson Wentz after just one season throwing to perpetually injured receivers like Campbell and T. Y. Hilton, yet Campbell somehow still retains his enticing upside: Colts GM Chris Ballard told The Athletic's Zak Keefer, "I'm not quitting on Parris Campbell." Ballard added, "But does it mean we’re going to sit here and count on him to be our 2 or 3 right away? No. We will add competition to the position." Campbell missed 11 games with a foot injury in 2021. He suffered a season-ending knee injury in 2020 and a season-ending foot injury in 2019. Campbell entered the league with tantalizing yards after catch ability, which led to the Colts selecting him in the second round. He's entering the final year of his rookie deal with just 15 career games and an uninspiring 31-360-2 receiving line on 53 targets. Campbell still has upside to provide a playmaking element for the Colts' offense, but adding additional wide receiver talent is a clear priority for Indianapolis this offseason.