Colts agreed to terms with Hakeem Nicks, formerly of the Giants, on a one-year, $3.5 million deal.
The 49ers are reportedly interested in free agent Hakeem Nicks.
Profootballtalk reports that, as of Wednesday evening, the Panthers had yet to show interest in free agent Hakeem Nicks.
The Colts will host free agent Hakeem Nicks on Friday.
According to the Charlotte Observer, free agent WR Hakeem Nicks is the Panthers' top target to replace Steve Smith.
Free agent Hakeem Nicks named the Colts, Panthers, and Chargers as teams he's interested in signing with.
The New York Daily News believes Hakeem Nicks is "getting nervous" as free agency approaches.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports free agent Hakeem Nicks is open to playing on a one-year contract to prove his 2012 and 2013 seasons were "aberrations."
ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley considers the Ravens a possible landing spot for free agent Hakeem Nicks.
The Newark Star-Ledger reports free agent Hakeem Nicks' chances of returning to the Giants are "close to zero."
Free agent Hakeem Nicks has hired Jay-Z's Roc Nation to help represent him.
The Boston Herald lists free agent Hakeem Nicks as a potential fit for the Patriots.
Victor Cruz has been lobbying for free agent Hakeem Nicks to re-sign with the Giants.
The Newark Star-Ledger agrees free agent Hakeem Nicks is "highly unlikely" to be re-signed by the Giants.