Pascal was offered a second round tender (valued at approximately $3.384M) earlier this offseason, while Odum was given the low tender ($2.133M)—which the latter expressed some prior unhappiness about.
Pascal recorded 44 receptions for 629 receiving yards (14.3 ypr. avg.) and 5 touchdown receptions (tied for the team-high) during 16 games (14 starts) in 2020. He comes up with big plays for the Colts offense and is an incredibly physical blocker along the outside.
Per PFF, Odum received a +90.9 overall special teams grade this past season, which was the 3rd best among all qualified special teams players. He also provides the Colts additional depth as a backup safety.
Both signed players have definite value on this Colts roster, and it’s good to see that each will officially be back for the 2021 campaign—although it was previously a mere formality.
The only remaining restricted free agent left to sign is tight end Mo Alie-Cox, who was provided a second round tender earlier this offseason.
Friday, April 23rd is the deadline to sign.