SI.com's Peter King became the latest pundit to broach the possibility of a non-Indianapolis reunion between the quarterback and wide receiver.
NFL sources have told King that both Manning and Wayne would welcome a scenario that lands them on the same team. The pair played 10 seasons together in Indy, becoming one of the most prolific QB-WR combos in league history.
Wayne will turn 34 in November and is coming off a season in which his production slipped considerably. That said, tallying 75 catches for 960 yards and four touchdowns can be seen as a Herculean achievement when you consider the Colts' 2011 quarterback discount bin of Kerry Collins, Curtis Painter and Dan Orlovsky.