Reggie Wayne will remain Colts wide receivers coach

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The change in head coaches in Indianapolis won’t lead to Reggie Wayne leaving his post.

Wayne announced that he will return to the Colts as their wide receivers coach for the 2023 season on Tuesday night and head coach Shane Steichen confirmed it on Wednesday. Wayne was hired to former head coach Frank Reich‘s staff in 2022 and he’ll do the same job in Steichen’s first season running the team.

The Colts have made changes elsewhere on the offensive staff. Offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter, quarterbacks coach Cam Turner, and tight ends coach Tom Manning are among the new faces in Indianapolis.

Before turning to coaching, Wayne played 14 seasons at wideout for the Colts. He is second in Colts history behind his longtime teammate Marvin Harrison in all major receiving categories.

2 responses to “Reggie Wayne will remain Colts wide receivers coach

  1. Uh, why?
    The receiving corps was one of the most glaring weaknesses for the Colts last season. You can argue that he didn’t have much to work with, but that’s the point of coaching, to maximize the ‘talent’ their players do have.

  2. Marvin Harrison doesn’t deserve to have his name mentioned in the same sentence as Reggie Wayne.

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