The San Diego Chargers told Weddle they will not be discussing a new contract with him until after the 2015 season, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday, per agent David Canter.
Weddle expects to test free agency, per Rapoport.
Now that his absence from offseason practices serves no practical purpose, expect Weddle to rejoin his teammates while auditioning for the other 31 teams.
"We're disappointed and will continue to be disappointed," Canter told the San Diego Tribune on Monday. "But Eric will go all out this season."