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The loss to New England in Sunday's AFC divisional playoff game closed the door on the 2004 season for the Indianapolis Colts.
It also might have signaled the end of the line for several players who have been instrumental in the franchise elevating itself to be among the NFL's elite.
Unrestricted free agency awaits 11 players in early March, including running back Edgerrin James; two of his primary offensive-line escorts, right tackle Ryan Diem and left guard Rick DeMulling; and linebacker Rob Morris.
Edgerrin James could be a bargain for some NFL team.
James' new agent Drew Rosenhaus said the Indianapolis Colts were not demanding a first-round draft pick in exchange for the former two-time NFL rushing champion.
James, the Colts' career rushing leader, was designated the team's franchise player last month. Now Rosenhaus, who said he spoke with Colts president Bill Polian, is looking for a trade.
"The bottom line is that I talked to the Colts, and he doesn't think he can get a long-term deal done," Rosenhaus said in a telephone interview.