Former Wisconsin RB Jonathan Taylor is not happy in Indianapolis. Taylor reportedly is hoping to play elsewhere in 2023.

NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported the bombshell news Saturday evening.

Taylor’s trade request comes as the Colts have not offered him a contract extension. Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk writes that Taylor lacks leverage having already reported to training camp, but the Colts may follow through on the trade request to avoid a “hostage” situation.

After a decorated Wisconsin career that included back-to-back All-American and Doak Walker Award honors, Taylor was selected by the Colts No. 41 overall in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Taylor rushed for 1,169 yards in 2020, landing on the PFWA’s All-Rookie Team. He followed that up with a breakout 2021 season, leading the NFL in rushing yards (1,811) and rushing touchdowns (18), to earn first-team All-Pro recognition and a Pro Bowl selection.

In 2022, Taylor was limited to 11 games. He carried the ball 192 times for 861 yards and 4 TDs.

In his pro career, Taylor has played in 43 games (41 starts), rushing 756 times for 3,841 yards and 33 touchdowns.