Ex-Colts WR Reggie Wayne says several teams interested in his services

INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne plans to play a 15th and final NFL season this fall.

But the question remains: Where will he play?

Wayne is not saying yet, but he said several teams have called about his services.

"It's something I'm excited about," said Wayne, who received a key to the city of Indianapolis from Mayor Greg Ballard during a luncheon Friday afternoon. "I really am. I guess in due time we'll figure out where it is."

Wayne wanted his final season to be with the franchise he spent his entire career with, but that opportunity never came, as the Colts announced on March 6 that they would not be re-signing the veteran.

When asked why he wants to play one more season, Wayne said, "I want to finish how I know I can finish."

Wayne had his worst season since 2002 last season, totaling 64 receptions for 779 yards and two touchdowns while dealing with an elbow injury and torn triceps in the second half of the season.

Wayne had surgery on his torn triceps in the offseason, and he said he's focusing on getting "as healthy as he possibly can."

"It's weird 'cause this is one of my best years as far as being in the best shape that I've been in a while," Wayne said. "It's coming along great."

Wayne finished his Indianapolis career with 1,070 receptions for 14,345 yards and 82 touchdowns.