Reggie Wayne has put together a Hall of Fame case since being drafted by the Colts in 2001, currently ranking sixth all time in career receptions and eighth in receiving yards. Playing his whole career with the team, Wayne announced during the season that he hoped to retire with the Colts, but as the offseason progresses that seems less likely.
Wayne will not be retiring just yet, and Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that he is currently open to playing one more season for another contender (via Twitter).
His 2014 season was marred by a triceps injury, after returning from a torn ACL in 2013. Both injuries have already been addressed this offseason, and will complicate his market in free agency, writes Stephen Holder of IndyStar.com.