Indianapolis Colts Coach Chuck Pagans recent comments have not been exactly reassuring for Colts fans, as they are looking at their own QB Andrew McCutchen.
The Colts have a ton of cap space to spend this offseason, but the team has yet to make a decision about who they will sign to a long-term contract with.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Pagans comments were not as positive as the team wanted them to be.
“It was a very encouraging statement from Chuck and we were very happy to hear his words and appreciate his words, but we’ll have no intention of doing anything to help him right now,” Colts GM Ryan Grigson said.
“We know he’s done some great things for our organization and we’re just going to let the market take its course.”
That being said, the Colts have no plans to sign Andrew Luck to a contract extension, according to the Indianapolis Star.
The Colts have had several quarterbacks in recent years, but it’s clear that they don’t want to give up on the young prospect.
They have been very aggressive in their pursuit of Luck and the Colts are hoping that the Colts can land him for the right price.
However, the team may not be able to find a QB in the middle of the second round if they have to choose between Andrew Luck and another QB.
The Patriots are one of several teams that have interest in Luck, and they have been linked to the Colts for months.
It is likely that the Patriots would like to bring in Luck as a free agent, and if they do, it is unclear if the Colts will be interested in acquiring him.
Despite Pagans statement, there is still hope that the team can get Andrew Luck for the price that he wants to pay.
The Indianapolis Colts have the most cap space available to sign a player, and Pagans comment is a good sign for the Colts.
The team has plenty of cap room to sign Luck and could sign him to a huge deal with a franchise tag.
It’s also likely that Andrew Luck will be the starting quarterback in Indy for the foreseeable future.
The future of Andrew Luck has not been a bright one for the Indianapolis Colts, but that is not going to change anytime soon.
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