View Photo Gallery: The clock is ticking for Peyton Manning (shown during a Super Bowl event at an Indianapolis school) and the Colts.

Seven days before the deadline by which the Indianapolis Colts must pay Peyton Manning $28 million or release him, there’s the possibility that one of his favorite targets may be available to relocate with him.

Reggie Wayne, according to an report, could become a free agent March 13 and follow Manning, who presumably will be released, to his new team. “At least two potential suitor teams would seriously consider [signing Wayne] in an attempt to lure” Manning, Peter King writes. Manning, one source tells King, “would love to see it happen.”

And Wayne? King reports that he is “very interested in the combo platter also.”

As for the future of wide receiver Pierre Garcon in Indy, King reports that he turned down a five-year offer from the Colts last week “because he doesn’t want to do anything until he knows what Manning is going to do.”

King cites the Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks, the New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals, Kansas City Chiefs and Washington Redskins as “Manning’s most likely suitors.” (The NFL Network reports the Jets are an unlikely destination for Manning. Brian Billick thinks Miami and Washington would be poor destinations for Manning.) Which team would be the best fit for him and Wayne?

More from Washington Post Sports

Manning wanted in Miami

 Owner Jim Irsay says he and Manning “understand each other’s issues”

Did Manning have a fourth surgery?

Agent says, “Peyton’s not done”

Steve Young: “It’s all in place”

Joe Theismann: “Horrific Idea”

Chris Mortensen: Not horrific

Mark Schlereth: Eli wouldn’t be a deterrent

Jason La Canfora and John Feinstein: Only for the cash

Trent Dilfer: “Very Realistic”

Edwards and Czarniak debate

Joe Gibbs: Needs Indy offense

Vincent Gray: Been down this path before

Mark Rypien: Best thing Redskins could do

Lorenzo Alexander: Rather go young

Washington Times: Peyton on A1

Tony Kornheiser: “Great idea”

Mike Wilbon: “Dysfunctional joke”