Reggie Wayne Confident He Will Return To The Colts In 2014

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Reggie Wayne tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the fourth quarter of an October 20th win over the Broncos.

He missed the rest of the season after surgery and was placed on IR, and now there’s a decision to make.

Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star reports Wayne declined Monday to speculate on when he will resume full football activities, but he made it clear he expects to play next season and play at, and even above, the level that has made him a 1,000-yard receiver eight of the past 10 seasons.

Wayne tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the fourth quarter of an Oct. 20 victory over the Denver Broncos. He was placed on the injured reserve list and underwent reconstructive surgery five days later.

He declined Monday to speculate on when he will resume full football activities, but he made it clear he expects to play next season and play at, and even above, the level that has made him a 1,000-yard receiver eight of the past 10 seasons.


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