The Indianapolis Colts will enter the offseason with plenty of options at quarterback.
The Colts could continue on with Jacoby Brissett, who has one year remaining on his contract, they could use the No. 13 overall pick in April's draft on a new quarterback, or they could go out and find a new passer in free agency.
"All options are open and on the table," team owner Jim Irsay said Sunday, according to NFL.com's Adam Maya.
"I've never quite been in a year where this was so unusual," he continued. "(General manager) Chris (Ballard) and (head coach) Frank (Reich) and I have really talked about this and, man, we're really open-minded."
The Colts finished 7-9 in 2019 after Andrew Luck's abrupt retirement during the preseason. Brissett took over under center and started a full season for only the second time in his four-year career.
Irsay expressed faith in Brissett and said he needs more "time to develop."
Multiple scenarios present themselves for Indianapolis, including any of Tom Brady, Philip Rivers, or the top-rated quarterbacks in this year's draft suiting up for the Colts in 2020.
"There's a lot of ways this thing could turn. But right now, Jacoby is the starter," Irsay said.