Colts WR Reggie Wayne Says He’s Not Planning on Holding Out

Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne remains unhappy with his current contract. Over the past seven seasons, Wayne has led NFL receivers with 643 receptions and 8,849 yards, and ranks fifth with 58 touchdowns.

He is in the final year of a six-year, $39 million contract he signed in 2006 and is due a base salary of $5.95 million this season.

Wayne says he is not planning on holding out this year and will report to training camp on time.

“I’m a Colt. What else I’m gonna be?” Wayne told Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star, dismissing a question about a possible camp holdout. “I’m going to go to work. That’s what I do.”

“I’ll keep doing my thing and . . . hopefully I’ll get another contract,” Wayne said.

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