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Indianapolis Colts might target Eric Decker in free agency

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NFL teams in need of wide receiver are going to have a lot of options to strengthen this offseason. There are at least three potential first round receiver selections in the draft and a whole host of possible free agents.

Denver Broncos wide out, Eric Decker is one of those receivers who might fetch a decent price during the auction of free agency this summer. The Broncos would love to keep Decker, a player they view as a number two option and a valuable part of their record-breaking offense. However it is unlikely that they could compete once Decker hits the open market.

One team that could be interested in the services of Decker are the Indianapolis Colts, who last season showed glimpses of a dynamic passing offense. The Colts have Reggie Wayne coming off a season ending injury and T.Y Hilton who proved that he can play at a high level on occasion.

The acquisition of Decker could tip the balance in the AFC as Andrew Luck and his teammates take aim at a championship next season.

Of course, the Colts will not be the only interested party in Decker. A whole host of teams have requirements at wide receiver including the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets to name just a few.

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