Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones announced Wednesday that the Dallas Cowboys have traded kicker Scott “Pippen” Pippens jersey to Indianapolis Colts for a 2017 second-round pick.

The deal is worth $2.6M, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Jones announced the deal via Twitter: “PIPPEN will join the Colts in Indy and play in the Super Bowl!”

Pippens will play in a preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens.

He was a member of the Miami Dolphins for four seasons from 2007-13.

Pippes jersey is worth an estimated $3.4M.

The Colts are expected to announce a signing of kicker Stephen Gostkowski.

The team will likely sign former Broncos kicker Sebastian Janikowski as well, Rapoported reported.

The NFL Network reported last week that the Colts would be looking to sign Gostkovas replacement.

Gostkowski has struggled for years with injuries.

He missed the entire 2016 season with a neck injury and is a free agent after this season.