Indianapolis Colts’ Michael Pittman: A Breakout Season and Free Agency Potential in 2024

Indianapolis Colts’ Michael Pittman: A Breakout Season and Free Agency Potential in 2024

Key points:

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Michael Pittman is scheduled to hit free agency after the season.

Pittman is on pace for a career year with the Colts in 2023.

Despite his strong performance, Pittman was ranked only No. 23 on ESPN’s list of Top 25 NFL Free Agents in 2024.

Colts’ wide receiver, Michael Pittman, is making waves in the NFL, but ESPN’s Top 25 Free Agents list has him at a modest 23rd spot. Despite this, his impressive performance this season, with 66 catches and 677 receiving yards, puts him in the spotlight for potential offseason deals. Pittman’s consistency, versatility, and age make him a valuable asset, especially compared to players ranked above him. With his contract set to expire, it’s yet to be seen how the Colts will secure Pittman’s future. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting development.

Colts general manager Chris Ballard sits down with JJ Stankevitz and Larra Overton to discuss the Colts’ 2023 season to date and what he’s seen from head coach Shane Steichen, quarterback Anthony Richardson, running back Jonathan Taylor and more.

Colts GM Chris Ballard offers insights into quarterback Anthony Richardson’s progress and potential, despite a season-ending shoulder injury. Ballard praises Richardson’s skills but recognizes areas for growth, emphasizing the need to protect himself. He discusses the team’s plan to build around Richardson in 2024, highlighting the importance of understanding a player’s capabilities and needs. The full interview, covering Richardson, Shane Steichen, Jonathan Taylor, Josh Downs, and more, is available on the Official Colts Podcast. Watch on YouTube or listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

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