5 Potential landing spots for Colts WR Zach Pascal in free agency

ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 09: Zach Pascal #14 of the Indianapolis Colts (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)
ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 09: Zach Pascal #14 of the Indianapolis Colts (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images) /
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Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields throws the ball during warmups before the game. Mandatory Credit: Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports /

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver, Zach Pascal, is set to enter free agency this offseason.

In 2017, Zach Pascal went undrafted and bounced through the Washington Football Team and Tennessee Titans in his first year in the NFL.

After being cut by Tennessee, Pascal was claimed on waivers by the Indianapolis Colts, and that is when he begin to blossom as an NFL receiver.

Pascal went from fighting for a roster spot to becoming a starting receiver and one of the Colts’ top contributors in the passing game over the last three seasons.

In his four years with Indianapolis, Pascal has caught 150 passes for 1,888 yards, and 15 touchdowns.

With the Colts season over, Pascal is now set to enter free agency. He has shown enough over the past few years to garner interest from teams throughout the league. Here are 5 potential landing spots for Pascal.

Zach Pascal could leave Colts for Bears

The Chicago Bears are a team ready to turn the page to a new era. In the draft, they selected quarterback Justin Fields, and Chicago just recently fired Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace.

The Bears will soon hire a new coach and general manager, and one of their first goals will be surrounding their young quarterback with talent.

The only active receiver that is under contract next season for Chicago is Darnell Mooney. The other receivers are veterans who are set to hit the market. The biggest name is Allen Robinson and all signs point to him leaving.

While Pascal isn’t the No. 1 receiver a franchise would hope to pair with a young quarterback, he is a dependable veteran that has routinely produced.

The Bears could sign Pascal to give Fields some type of a receiving unit, while they also work to see if they can land a bigger name.