One of the Colts' biggest offseason needs is at the wide receiver position, and while they'll likely address that in the draft, a veteran pass-catcher could hit the open market as soon as Monday: Dez Bryant.
Bryant's salary becomes fully guaranteed if he's still on the roster when the team opens OTAs on Monday, and Dallas certainly won't be willing to take the substantial $16.5M cap hit to keep him. However, if Dez refuses a paycut, it may force the Cowboys into releasing him.
Bryant still commands attention, but his numbers have been sliding over the last three seasons. He hasn't recorded a 100-yard game since November of 2016 and hasn't put together a 1,000-yard season since 2014. He'll turn 30 years old during the middle of the season, and I'm not sure the Colts want to go down the "invest in an aging wide receiver who can't really produce anymore" road again.
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