Reggie Wayne
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By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Thu, Aug 21st 9:54am EDT

The Colts have been cautious with Wayne, working him back slowly from last season's ACL tear. He has looked healthy throughout camp and was seen practicing with the first team on Tuesday. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: While there shouldn't be any concerns with Wayne's productivity if healthy, it would be nice to see him in action prior to the beginning of the season. Wayne figures to be a large part of the passing game but with the return of TE Dwayne Allen and the addition of WR Hakeem Nicks he may see a drop in targets. He currently has an ADP in the seventh round which may be a bit of a reach considering the plethora of receiving options.

By Ryan Sacks, Colts Correspondent, Tue, Aug 12th 12:07pm EDT

Reggie Wayne likely to be held out of the Colts second preseason game. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: This shouldn't come as a surprise as the 35 year old Wayne is easing himself back into action after tearing his ACL at the midpoint of last season. The future Hall of Famer holds some value in the later rounds of drafts because of his rapport with Luck along with the Colts expected to implement a less conservative offensive approach.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Tue, Aug 5th 10:03am EDT

Head Coach Chuck Pagano mentioned that Reggie Wayne will not play during the Colts preseason opener against the Jets. Pagano said Wayne will see action at some point during the preseason, just not yet. (Source: Jason Mullins)

Fantasy Impact: Wayne is still recovering from a season injuring ACL tear last year. While he has looked healthy in practice thus far, he has yet to take a hard hit. Assuming he makes it through the preseason unscathed, Wayne should produce at WR2 level.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Fri, Aug 1st 9:59am EDT

Wayne was impressive in the early part of last night's practice, hauling in 7 of Andrew Luck's first 10 completions. He was the main receiving threat with T.Y. Hilton sitting out with a jammed finger. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Wayne was able to adjust to a couple of passes that were off-target which is a good sign for a player coming off of a season ending ACL injury. Wayne may not play much in pre-season games but it is promising to see the progress he has made to this point. He continues to be Luck's security blanket as the first option when they need to move the chains. I wouldn't expect the emergence of the other options within the receiving corps to impact Wayne's touches too much. Keep in mind, prior to injury last season Wayne was on track for over 1100 receiving yards. The return of Dwayne Allen and the signing of Hakeem Nicks may reduce that figure slightly, although the biggest impact will likely be red-zone targets.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Jul 28th 3:53pm EDT

(Source: Stephania Bell via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Wayne is a favorite target of Andrew Luck, especially when it comes to moving the chains. At 35, there were questions as to how long Wayne would take to recover from last season's injury. So far, he has quieted those concerns.

The New York Times | Aug 27th
Caution. 35 years old and less than a year removed from his ACL tear.
Breaking Football | Aug 27th
Pure possession guy now and ACL is a question mark. Just how big will his role be?
The Football Girl | Aug 27th
He's 35, coming off major knee injury. Some will overpay for name brand.
The Fake Football | Aug 26th
Wayne is a safe receiver even coming off an injury and getting up there in age. Andrew Luck trusts him and even though there is talent in Indy at receiver and tight end, Wayne is by far the most dependable receiver they have.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 25th
He is so dangerous with Andrew Luck. He is coming off a bad injury and is quite old, but if he starts he dominates. Expect 1,000 yards and 8 TDs.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 25th
Early in the offseason, I thought the signing of WR Hakeem Nicks, the age of Wayne (36-years old) and coming off a ACL injury, that Nicks and Hilton would be the receivers to own. I am starting to rethink that with reports that Wayne is is phenominal shape and Nicks needs to work himself into football shape. I like Wayne as a WR3 with risk at 36 years old coming off injury.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 25th
Wayne is seven months removed from ACL surgery and will likely be held out of next month's minicamp. He remains a candidate to open training camp on the active/PUP list, but is expected to be ready for Week 1
Legion Report | Aug 25th
Colts Coach, Chuck Pagano, said that Wayne’s recovery from his recent knee injury is “really incredible!” The 35 year old WR is now in a crowded WR Corps with Hakeem Nicks, T.Y. Hilton, Donte Moncrief and healthy TE’s Dwayne Allen and Coby Fleener in Pep Hamilton’s Run Heavy Offense. It’s highly possible that Chudzinski can squeeze more pass plays out of Hamilton’s Offense, but a 1000+ yard season seams hard-pressed for the healthy 35 year old in 2014. Wayne’s expected to make his debut around the 3rd Pre-Season game, so be sure to check back as this will be vital to his WR Rank.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 23rd
Should lead the Colts in receptions, ranked very low for talent level but WR class is that deep this year
EDSFootball | Jul 23rd
Like teammate Vick Ballard, Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne is recovering from a torn ACL last season and has been cleared for training camp, per Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star. Before last year's injury, Wayne had been extremely durable as he played all 16 games every year from 2002 to 2012. Turning 36 years old in November and returning from a significant injury, the odds are stack...
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