Found October 30, 2012 on The Colts Authority:
When I spoke to Reggie Wayne last January, neither of us could have imagined that 10 months later he'd be leading the NFL in receiving yards. Wayne appeared at the Castleton FedEx Office Tuesday as part of the FedEx Blitz for Tickets promotion. Lucky fans got to meet Wayne and register for the chance to win free Colts tickets. Wayne spent an hour interacting with fans, taking photos and signing anything and everything fans brought through the doors. While he had a stack of glossies and posters to sign, he graciously signed programs, jerseys, shirts and even a stuffed bear. Wayne was kind enough to answer some questions about just how surprising his rennassance has been.
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