Colts to put Reggie Wayne in Ring of Honor November 18

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The Colts will be adding a longtime member of their offense to their Ring of Honor this season.

The team announced on Tuesday that Reggie Wayne will be added to the group during the team’s November 18 game against the Titans. He will be the 15th addition to the Ring of Honor and the first since Peyton Manning was inducted last season.

Manning and Wayne shared space in the huddle from 2001-2011 and Wayne made 862 of his 1,070 career receptions over that span. That’s good for second in team history behind Marvin Harrison and 10th in the history of the NFL. Wayne also ranks second in Colts history in receiving yards and touchdowns behind Harrison.

Wayne spent three years with the Colts after Manning departed for the Broncos and had a brief stint with the Patriots during the summer of 2015 before calling it a career.

10 responses to “Colts to put Reggie Wayne in Ring of Honor November 18

  1. That’s well deserved. I wonder if he will invite Cortland Finnegan to the festivities?

  2. Those were great years with Manning, Harrison and Wayne. A potent offense that was fun to watch. The Colts-Patriots rivalry was as good as they come. The Colts had a disaster for a GM for a period which put them in the predicament they find themselves today. I hope things improve and they become competitive again.

  3. vikings1234 says:
    April 24, 2018 at 1:57 pm
    Those were great years with Manning, Harrison and Wayne. A potent offense that was fun to watch. The Colts-Patriots rivalry was as good as they come. The Colts had a disaster for a GM for a period which put them in the predicament they find themselves today. I hope things improve and they become competitive again.

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    The Manning/Brady games of the 2000s were some truly awesome games. In the early years the Pats dominated but starting with the big comeback by the Colts in the 2006 AFCCG the power shifted a little bit.

    Who will be the match-ups of the future? Wentz/Goff? Wilson/Garrapolo?

  4. While not, at lease he didn’t murder anyone, but that doesn’t seem to be a factor for the Colts anyway.

  5. Well deserved.

    Too bad his time in NE didn’t work out better, but with the Colts, he always seemed to get open just in time to make the back breaking catch…

  6. His stats along with Harrison’s are pretty incredible considering they both had to share “looks” with the other [as well as] the likes of Dallas Clark, Brandon Stokley and Pierre Garcon.

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