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New York Giants are pretty much resigned to losing Hakeem Nicks this off-season, and it seems his favorite destination would be the Indianapolis Colts.

Nicks will hit free agency today as one of the most sort after wide-receivers available.

The Giants man has had his issues with injuries during his five years in the NFL, but when New York has been at their best, Nicks has played a pivotal role.

In the Giants second 21st century Super Bowl win against the New England Patriots, Nicks provided the steady go to guy for quarterback Eli Manning.

It's this role that he feels like he can bring to a new team when becomes a free agent today.

There are a plethora of franchises that will be interested in Nicks for the 2014 NFL season, but he has his eye on one in particular.

Teaming up with Andrew Luck and the Colts is on his agenda, and he feels both parties would benefit.

“Ideally, this is what I want,” Nicks said. “I want to go to a team where I’m the missing link. There are a number of teams that I have my eye on once I hit the market. I know if I went to a place like Indianapolis I would be dangerous with a quarterback like Andrew Luck."

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