|Week 17 (@TEN) - Average||3.0||26.5||0||0||0||0||2|
|Week 17 (@TEN) - Dave Richard||3||36||0||0||0||0||3|
|Week 17 (@TEN) - Jamey Eisenberg||3||17||0||0||0||0||1|
|2014 Season - Average||72.5||925.5||5.5||0||0||0||117|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||73||918||6||0||0||0||120|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||72||933||5||0||0||0||115|
|Current Player Ranking: 71|
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Report: Colts' Wayne undergoes triceps surgery, mulling retirement
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(2/27/15) Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne underwent surgery Friday to repair his injured triceps, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Wayne, 36, is beginning rehab for the injury and is reportedly considering retirement, according to Rapoport.
Wayne played in 15 regular season games for the Colts in 2014, totaling 779 yards on 64 catches with two touchdowns.
Colts waiting to hear from Reggie Wayne on return
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(2/19/15) Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne hasn't decided if he wants to return for a fifteenth year with the franchise.
Team general manager Ryan Grigson met with the media at the Indianapolis scouting combine on Thursday and confirmed that the Colts are still waiting to hear about Wayne's plans for 2015.
Wayne, who turns 37 in November, had 64 catches for 779 yards and two touchdowns last season.
Duron Carter: Playing with Luck 'will set my career in motion'
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(2/3/15) New Colts wideout Duron Carter got his first exposure to Andrew Luck during Pro Bowl practices. Carter's dad, Hall of Fame receiver and ESPN analyst Cris Carter, took Luck with the No. 1 overall pick.
“That was my first time seeing (Luck) and my first time really hearing about him,” Duron Carter told the team's website.
“Even just from my dad, hearing how Andrew handles people in the huddle, and just around the hotel, he’s just a great guy. Just to be a part of that and be around him I think will really help me and set my career in motion, where no one else could.”
Carter, who starred in the CFL the past two seasons, watched the Colts' loss to the Patriots in the AFC title game and thought he could flourish playing with Luck and a receiving corps led by T.Y. Hilton. He noted New England hounded Hilton with multiple defensive backs.
“I’m sitting there watching the playoff game and I said, ‘I felt like I could be out there and I could help in one of those situations,’ Carter said.
“Just on an every-down basis, me being able to go out there, winning one-on-one matchups when it’s called on me. A lot of teams do go man-to-man and pressure Luck, the only way you can beat that, for me, is to win those one-on-one opportunities with T.Y. over there.”
Carter, 23, who bounced from college to college due to off-field issues, realizes he has a golden opportunity. With Reggie Wayne unsure whether he'll return and Hakeem Nicks an unrestricted free agent, Indy could enter 2015 with Hilton, Donte Moncrief and Carter as its top three wideouts.
“It’s always been my dream to play in the NFL,” Carter said.
“Through decisions I made prior when I was younger, I hindered that opportunity. Getting into the CFL that was my motivation the whole time, every play, every snap, every catch, was I wanted to go to the NFL. Now that I’m here, my next goal is to make the Colts roster.”
Colts' Reggie Wayne, Cory Redding unsure about future
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(1/19/15) Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne and defensive end Cory Redding remain undecided about their futures in Indianapolis and with football.
The 36-year-old Wayne was held without a catch in Sunday's AFC Championship Game defeat in New England and will have surgery in the offseason on his injured triceps. However, Wayne told reporters Monday he will spend some with family away from the game before deciding on his immediate future with the Colts, according to Tom James of the Tribune Star.
Redding, a 12-year veteran, plans to do the same. He totaled 35 tackles in 2014 including 3 1/2 sacks.
Colts WR Reggie Wayne to have offseason surgery for triceps injury
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(1/19/15) Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne was in no mood to talk about potentially returning for a 15th NFL season after Indianapolis lost 45-7 in the AFC title game Sunday at New England.
"I haven't thought about that. We just lost," Wayne said Sunday, per ESPN.
Wayne did mention he will have offseason surgery for a torn triceps.
"I don’t have a date set yet, but it's definitely on the calendar somewhere," he said. "At the end of the year, I felt the best I felt all year. Felt really good, felt really good tonight."
Wayne got off to a quick start in 2014, totaling 23 catches for 307 yards and one touchdown in four September games. However, his numbers quickly declined, especially after suffering an elbow injury in an Oct. 19 game against the Bengals. It was later revealed that Wayne -- who missed only one game -- was dealing with a torn triceps. He finished the season with 64 catches for 779 yards and two touchdowns.
|Motivated by what the media is allegedly saying about him, Reggie Wayne says he's putting in the time this spring and summer to come back strong from a torn ACL suffered in the middle of last season. Wayne wasn't exactly on fire before he got hurt, posting two games with over 10 Fantasy points in his first six outings. He'll come back to an offense that should be much more diverse thanks to the return of teammate Dwayne Allen and the acquisition of free-agent receiver Hakeem Nicks. Part of the appeal of Wayne was the number of targets he'd get from week to week. That number might be compromised because of the depth of the Colts offense, not to mention his own recovery from a serious knee injury and turning 36 years old in November. We can't remember ever being this nervous about Wayne, who has the look and feel of a borderline No. 3 Fantasy receiver worth nothing more than a mid-round pick. You might even be surprised to see teammate T.Y. Hilton drafted ahead of him in your league.
(Updated 5/29/14) |