Reggie Wayne undecided about his future

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Observed and heard in the Indianapolis Colts' locker room after their 45-7 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday at Gillette Stadium:

Wayne undecided: Colts receiver Reggie Wayne isn't ready to talk about his future -- publicly, at least -- quite yet. He said during the season that he was undecided on whether he would return for his 15th NFL season. "I haven't thought about that. We just lost," Wayne said Sunday. He was targeted twice, but did not have a catch for the second straight game. His season changed when he injured his elbow against Cincinnati on Oct. 19, missed the following game and didn't find a rhythm after that. It was revealed late in the season that Wayne was playing with torn triceps. He said he plans to have offseason surgery. "Absolutely," said Wayne, who is about to become a free agent. "I don’t have a date set yet, but it's definitely on the calendar somewhere. At the end of the year, I felt the best I felt all year. Felt really good, felt really good tonight. I'm going to do what I'm told to do. If it's blocking, if it's to run around, I'm going to do those things. Just wait for my opportunity."

Far from perfect: Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri went into the Week 17 regular-season finale perfect on field goals. The streak ended that afternoon at Tennessee. But then Vinatieri missed a field goal against Denver in the divisional matchup and he missed 51-yard attempt against New England. "It was a tough kicking day out there," Vinatieri said. "It was windy and rainy, but it's part of the deal. You never want to miss, but unfortunately that one didn't go through."

Studebaker left the game: Besides some bruised egos, linebacker Andy Studebaker was the only player to suffer an injury for the Colts. Coach Chuck Pagano said Studebaker will be evaluated when the team returns to Indianapolis.