INDIANAPOLIS — "You really don’t know. This could be it. We’ll see what happens for me and my career later and what they decide to do. Those are all business decisions for both of us," he said Wednesday.
"But yeah, I think the later in your career, the older you get and especially when your contract is what it is, you have to sit there and say, ‘Hey this might be it, man.’ Just take in as much as you can take in.”
He thinks his career with the Colts speaks for itself. Any final decision will be up to team owner Jim Irsay and first-year general manager Ryan Grigson.
“I’m going to leave that with those guys. I think for me, all I can do is to perform and play. I’ve been a guy that’s played regardless. I think I was supposed to be out four weeks [with an ankle injury]. I’m back in two. They said I’m supposed to be back in six. I’m back in two," Freeney said.
"I just go out and do what I’m supposed to do and give it my all. If management wants to recognize that and say, ‘Hey we are going to keep you around regardless,’ that’s their decision. I’m sure they will do right by me and factor in everything. When it’s time to make that decision, they will.”