Chiefs Pro Bowl punter Dustin Colquitt may be pulling up stakes in Kansas City after eight seasons with the Chiefs, Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star reports.
His contract will expire in March and he would become an unrestricted free agent if not re-signed by then.
The Chiefs seemed to have little interest in re-signing Colquitt under former general manager Scott Pioli but their attitude may have changed under the new administration of general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid.
“We’ve got to see how that shakes out,” Colquitt said. “I haven’t heard much. I think that talk really cranks up after the Super Bowl. Kansas City has been a great town for me and my family. I do enjoy Kansas City a lot. I’d like to finish things up with the Chiefs if that’s at all possible. I’ve had a chance to talk with Andy and John. I really like their direction and how they operate and the people they are.”