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Indianapolis Colts: Three must watch games in 2015

Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts are expected to compete for a Super Bowl this season, and they have quite a bit of talent on their roster to do just that. They went out and spent a lot of money in free agency, and are without question a better team than they were last season. Indianapolis may have a fairly favorable schedule this season, but there...
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Hakeem Nicks signs with the Tennessee Titans

Former Indianapolis Colt and New York Giant, Hakeem Nicks, has found his landing spot for 2015: Nashville, Tennessee.To say his tenure in Indianapolis was mediocre would be an understatement. He was brought in to fortify an already strong receiving corps that included T.Y. Hilton, Reggie Wayne, and Coby Fleener. The result was a hodgepodge of underwhelming, sporadic play.Before he...
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Indianapolis Colts unveil super classy tribute to legendary WR Reggie Wayne

The Indianapolis Colts parted ways with wide receiver Reggie Wayne earlier this offseason. They’re not totally kicking him to the curb, though. Thanks for the memories, Reggie! #ThankYou87 — Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) April 9, 2015 That’s pretty damn classy. AROUND COVER32 Five Things: Players who will become NFL stars in 2015 2015 NFL Draft...
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PHOTO: Indianapolis Colts Unfurl Special Thank You Banner for Reggie Wayne Outside Stadium

The Indianapolis Colts wanted Reggie Wayne to stick around three years ago and the veteran wide receiver did the unexpected and remained on a team everyone figured would be rebuilding with a rookie quarterback and head coach at the helm. Three years later the team is back to being a perennial playoff contender--something he had a lot to do with--but the team doesn't want him.He has...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

IPL Power honors Reggie Wayne with lighting display

The Colts announced on Friday Reggie Wayne would not return for his 15th season with the franchise, bringing to an end his tenure with the only team he’s known since being drafted in 2001. Later that day, Indianapolis Power & Light Company honored him by lighting its windows blue in the form of Wayne’s uniform...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Nothing But Love for Reggie Wayne 

Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne (Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images) We watched him grow up in Marvin Harrison’s shadow, then bring other players up under his own. A team player in every possible way, Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne didn’t need social media to connect with his teammates or his fans. Before the start of every home game, Reggie would trot over to the northwest corner...
Via The Blue Mare
March 06, 2015  |  Discuss

A fond farewell to Reggie Wayne

The Colts announced today that they will not be re-signing Reggie Wayne for 2015, and that means Reggie’s Colts career is really at an end after 14 amazing seasons. Reggie has yet to divulge his plans, but retirement seems to be in the cards. Wayne has been the face of the Colts for several years and he has come to be the embodiment of the “Colts Way” as he grew to become...
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March 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts to part ways with Reggie Wayne

Future Hall of Fame wide receiver Reggie Wayne has seen his career with the Indianapolis Colts has come to an end after 14 seasons with the team. Colts owner Jim Irsay announced that the team will not attempt to re-sign Wayne in free agency. Considered one of the best receivers of the modern era, Wayne is seventh on the all-time receptions list with 1,070. He also ranks eighth...
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March 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Reggie Wayne explains crying during national anthem

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne was moved to tears during Monday night’s rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at MetLife Stadium. The national anthem was performed by trumpet player Chris Botti, and he did a fantastic job. After the game, Wayne spoke about his emotions getting the best of him. “An old wise guy told...Read More
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November 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Reggie Wayne believes offense is one step from elite

Indianapolis Colts All-Pro wide receiver Reggie Wayne is coming off an ACL tear, which he tore during the Denver Broncos game last season. This marks the first time that he will be working his way back from a major injury( entering his 14th season), but that has not stopped him from believing that this years offense can become special. After practice this morning in Anderson, Wayne...
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July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

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