DALLAS CLARK RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Colts held their minicamp this past week, and left with the impression that every player has the Lombardi Trophy in mind. So now we wait, 32 more days until Colts training camp. But… in the meantime you can catch up on all the biggest news from the Colts in the last week, including Dallas Clark’s biggest moments with the Colts.
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Colts tight end Dallas Clark(Photo: Colts)
When one of my favorite players leaves for greener pastures (or is put out to pasture), I like to take a minute and look back on some of my favorite memories watching them as a Colt.
For Dallas Clark, the montage in my head goes something like this: Dallas Clark. So many catches. So many drops. With a highlight reel of unbelievable grabs...
Dallas Clark will return to the team that earned him a Pro Bowl and All-Pro spot during his career today, the Indianapolis Colts.
Clark played nine seasons with the Colts, and will retire as the teams all-time leader in receptions and touchdowns by a tight end. So that got me thinking, what are Clark’s most memorable moments as a member of the horseshoe?
5. November 11th 2009,...
In the wake of yesterday’s news of Dallas Clark returning to Indy to retire as a Colt tomorrow, we’re doing a throwback Stat of the Day and just a Dallas Clark tribute in general.
Clark was drafted 24th overall in 2003, a year many fans and analysts felt the Colts needed a defensive player. The speedy linebacker-turned-tight-end from Iowa looked like a luxury...
INDIANAPOLIS — Former Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark will retire Wednesday with the team that brought him into the NFL.
Clark was Indy’s first-round pick in 2003. In nine seasons, he broke the franchise’s career tight end records for receptions (427) and touchdown catches (46), and finished second in yards receiving (4,887) and 100-yard games (seven). He also set...
Tight End Dallas Clark plans to officially announce his retirement after 11 seasons with the NFL in a new conference from the Indianapolis Colts headquarters this Wednesday.
Dallas Clark to retire as member of Indianapolis Colts http://t.co/XtwcEb4rd6 via @cbssports
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When playing alongside legendary quarterback Peyton Manning, Clark...
Once one of the NFL’s premier tight ends, Dallas Clark is retiring.
Clark will formerly retire as a member of the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday, a team in which he became a favorite target of Peyton Manning during their time together.
The 35-year-old spent the 2012 season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and joined the Baltimore Ravens for 2013. He finishes his 11 year...
The Indianapolis Colts announced that veteran TE Dallas Clark will officially retire as a member of the team at a press conference on Wednesday.
Clark, 41, hasn’t found any interest as a free agent this offseason, so it’s really not surprising to see him call it a career after spending 11 years in the NFL.
He spent the past two years with the Buccaneers and Ravens, but...
Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com writes that there is ”no chance” of veteran TE Dallas Clark re-signing with the Ravens this season.
Hensley adds that there is a “good chance” Clark will retire this offseason.
The Ravens signed Clark to a one-year deal back in August after Dennis Pitta went down with a hip injury that cost him most of the 2013 season. Over the course of...
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Ravens tight end Dallas Clark won't be active for Sunday's game against Minnesota.Fantasy Spin:Dennis Pitta has replaced him in the starting lineup. It appears Clark's days of fantasy significance are over, at least for this season. Expect him to be a healthy scratch the rest of the way.