Indianapolis Colts WR Pierre Garcon Says “No” to Five-Year Offer From Team

The Colts have made an offer to wide receiver Pierre Garcon, but the soon to be free agent has turned it down.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reported today that Garcon, who had 70 grabs last season rejected a five-year contract offer from the Colts.

Garcon will apparently test the free agent waters, coming off a season in which he had six touchdown grabs for a team that won two games, and 947 yards. The career high in receptions and receiving yards is even more impressive given that the Colts played all season without Peyton Manning.

It’s no secret that there’s a number of teams that need wide outs, and it’s a good possibility that Garcon has already *ahem* chatted in some regard to people assoicated with a team or two that could use his services.


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One Response to “Indianapolis Colts WR Pierre Garcon Says “No” to Five-Year Offer From Team”

  1. Parker West says:

    Garcon is consistent only at being inconsistent. He reminds me of TO, when TO was playing his “PO’ed at the QB” game by dropping passes intentionally. Only in Garcon’s case he’s not trying to throw a tantrum, but earnestly trying to catch the ball. The man is the antithesis of Austin Collie who catches everything tossed in his direction. I don’t think PG is going to find many teams offering the money the Colts will, since he benefits from being the only starter among so many top draft choices made by the Polian dou.