"If (general manager Eric DeCosta) wants me back, I'm here," Weddle said Monday, according to Cecil Whig's Sean Grogan. "If not, then it's all good, I understand it, and I'll just ride off in the sunset."
Weddle is due $8.25 million next season. The Ravens could save $6.5 million in cap space by releasing him, according to Spotrac.
"If they want to go in a different direction, I'm not going to play for another team," Weddle said, according to The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec. "It's not where I'm at in my career."
"I still have a desire to play and I feel that I can still affect the game and dominate games, but either way, I'm good with whatever," the 34-year-old added, according to Grogan.
The former Los Angeles Chargers star has made the Pro Bowl in all three of his years with Baltimore. He racked up 68 tackles and a sack in 2018 and had seven tackles in the Ravens' season-ending playoff loss to his ex-team Sunday.