- Chappell guesses that Wayne would likely sign with a contending team if the opportunity presented itself.
- Wayne mentioned that he would ideally play one more season and then retire, per Kevin Bowen.
Wayne unfortunately suffered a major knee injury in 2013 and wasn’t able to return to his previous form upon returning to the field last season.
There really hasn’t been any reported interest in Wayne since free agency opened several months ago, so we’ll have to see if any teams are connected to him in the coming weeks.
Wayne, 36, was taken in the first round of the 2001 draft by the Colts. He’s played his entire career in Indianapolis and is in the discussion as a potential Hall of Fame receiver along with fellow Colt Marvin Harrison.
In 2014, Wayne appeared in 15 games and caught 64 passes for 779 yards and two touchdowns for the Colts. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 106 receiver out of 110 qualifying players, so this clearly wasn’t a great season by his standards.
We’ll have more regarding Wayne as the news is available.