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Indianapolis Colts are interested in Broncos Eric Decker

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Indianapolis Colts have their eye well and truly fixed on potential free agent wide-receiver Eric Decker, who could be leaving the Denver Broncos. 

Essentially, the issue with Decker and the Broncos is money. If they don't give him enough he will probably seek an offer from elsewhere

Decker has every right to play the field, and it will be interesting to see how things develop, with the Colts certainly said to be interested.

According to CBS 4 Denver's Vic Lombardi, the Colts interest is strong and the interest may even be mutual.

Lombardi posted on Twitter, "Among the teams that have interest in Eric Decker ... Indy. If he can't play with PFM, he'd love to roll with Andrew Luck."

The Colts need to spend money on protecting their prized quarterback asset Andrew Luck, but owner Jim Irsay loves a crazy move and a Decker deal would have that in abundance.

Reggie Wayne is a player on the Colts roster that will eventually need replacing and Decker could arguably be the best replacement, with an early transition able to happen next season.

T.Y. Hilton had an outstanding play-offs, but him and the ACL tear recovering 35-year old Wayne will need some quality help in 2014.  

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