WR Wayne Was Fighting Severe Leg Cramping During Win

Green Bay Packers v Indianapolis Colts

Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne finished with a career-best 212 receiving yards on 13 receptions Sunday as his team upset the Green Bay Packers 30-27.

According to Mike Silver of Yahoo Sports, Wayne was fighting severe leg cramping prior to catching the 4-yard pass from Andrew Luck to cap the come-from-behind win over the Packers.

“I’ve got 12 years in the league and gained 12,000-plus yards,” Wayne said. “[Expletives] aren’t just giving me that. Charles Woodson’s one of the top corners out there. I’ve got nothing but respect for him. He plays hard, to the whistle, and he’s a Hall of Famer.

“But today, as a team, we had to give that extra effort. I know I had to sacrifice my body to get it done for Chuck. I was cramping up on that last drive – I never cramp, but I was hurting pretty bad. But I had to give everything I had, because this was too important.”


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