Dwight Freeney: 'I want to end my career at Indianapolis Colts'

Dwight Freeney prior to the Indianapolis Colts game against the Houston Texans on December 22, 2011
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Dwight Freeney says that he wants to spent the rest of his career at the Indianapolis Colts.

Dwight Freeney has said that he wants to spend the rest of his career playing for the Indianapolis Colts.

The linebacker has spent 11 seasons with the AFC South side, having been drafted in 2002.

The 32-year-old told NFL.com: "It would be great to finish off my career as an Indianapolis Colt.

"I've been there my whole career, and I don't know anything different. Ideally, it would be great to stay there. But it is a business, so we'll see.

"Right now, I'm just thinking about Indianapolis until they tell me otherwise."

Freeney recorded five sacks during 2012, the second-lowest total of his career.

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