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Players

Reggie Wayne
WR #87
Height:
6-0
Weight:
200
Age:
35
College:
Miami (Fla.)
Hometown:
New Orleans, LA
Experience:
13

Quick Stats (2013):

REC
38
YDS
503
AVG
13.2
TDS
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 1,006 13,566 13.5 71 80 4 0 -- 5 0 9 6
2013 IND 7 7 38 503 13.2 35 2 1 5 5 5 0 -- --
2012 IND 16 15 106 1,355 12.8 33 5 1 -5 -5 -5 0 1 1
2011 IND 16 16 75 960 12.8 56T 4 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 IND 16 16 111 1,355 12.2 50 6 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2009 IND 16 16 100 1,264 12.6 65T 10 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 IND 16 16 82 1,145 14 65T 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 IND 16 16 104 1,510 14.5 64 10 1 4 4 4 0 3 3
2006 IND 16 16 86 1,310 15.2 51T 9 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2005 IND 16 16 83 1,055 12.7 66T 5 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2004 IND 16 16 77 1,210 15.7 71T 12 1 -4 -4 -4 0 -- --
2003 IND 16 16 68 838 12.3 57T 7 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002 IND 16 7 49 716 14.6 49 4 -- -- -- -- -- 2 1
2001 IND 13 9 27 345 12.8 43 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 OAK W 21-17 8 96 12 25 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 MIA L 20-24 5 46 9.2 18 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @SF W 27-7 4 58 14.5 25 0 1 5 5 5 0 -- --
4 @JAC W 37-3 5 100 20 31 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 SEA W 34-28 6 65 10.8 19 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @SD L 9-19 5 88 17.6 35 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 DEN W 39-33 5 50 10 14 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Selected by the Colts in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft (30th Overall).

 

PRO CAREER:

  • Has competed in 189 career games (175 starts) and totaled 968 receptions for 13,063 yards and 78 touchdowns.
  • Ranks second in Colts history in receptions (1,102, Marvin Harrison), receiving yards (14,580, Harrison), receiving touchdowns (128, Harrison), scrimmage yards (14,608, Harrison), 100-plus yard games (59, Harrison; 38, Wayne) and consecutive games with a reception (190, Harrison; 112, Wayne-active streak).
  • Named to six career Pro Bowls (2006-2010, 2012).
  • Was a First Team Associated Press NFL All-Pro in 2010.
  • Dating back to 2004, ranks first among all NFL receivers in receptions (824) and receiving yards (11,164) and ranks fifth in touchdowns (67).
  • Played all 16 games for the Colts for the 11th consecutive season in 2012, and leads NFL active wide receivers with 182 consecutive games played.
  • Led the team in receiving for the sixth consecutive year in 2012, surpassing Marvin Harrison for the most consecutive seasons in Colts history.
  • In 2012, passed Jimmy Smith, Keenan McCardell, Torry Holt, Art Monk, Derrick Mason and Andre Reed for 10th place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list. Also passed Don Maynard, Michael Irvin, Derrick Mason, Hines Ward, Charlie Joiner, Jimmy Smith, Art Monk and Irving Fryar for 14th place all-time in receiving yards.
  • Joins Tony Gonzalez (1,242) as the only active players in the NFL’s top 10 in all-time receptions.
  • Is one-of-six players in NFL history to post four career 100-plus reception seasons (2007, 2009-2010, 2012) and became the 11th NFL player with back-to-back 100-plus reception seasons (2009-2010).
  • Totaled seven consecutive 1,000-plus seasons (2004-2010), becoming eighth player in NFL history to accomplish the feat.
  • Set a club record with 15 receptions against Jacksonville on October 3, 2010.
  • Established a career-high with 212 receiving yards in a victory against Green Bay on October 7, 2012.
  • Increased his seasonal reception totals during the first seven seasons (2001-2007) of his career, becoming the third player in NFL history to achieve the mark (Raymond Berry, 1955-1961; Shawn Jefferson, 1991-1997).
  • One of 17 NFL players with a 1,500-plus receiving yardage season.
  • For his career, accumulated 15 double-digit reception outings, eight multiple-touchdown games and one three-plus touchdown game.
  • Has tallied a reception in 183-of-189 career games.
  • Recorded 779 receptions for 10,602 yards and 67 touchdowns with quarterback Peyton Manning. The completion total ranks as the second most between a quarterback-receiver tandem (953, Manning-Harrison) in NFL history. Wayne also became only the second player in NFL history to surpass 10,000 yards receiving with one quarterback (12,776, Manning-Harrison). With 67 touchdowns between Manning and Wayne, the duo holds the record for the fourth most all-time in NFL history.
  • Ranks as one-of-six Colts players with 100-plus consecutive career starts (208, QB-Peyton Manning; 145, Wayne; 115 C-Ken Mendenhall; 104, DE-Fred Cook; 102, DB-Jason Belser; 101, OT-Tarik Glenn).
  • One-of-14 Colts players to participate in 100-plus career wins (141 games, QB-Peyton Manning; 132, QB-John Unitas; 132, C-Jeff Saturday; 127-Wayne; 127 TE-Justin Snow; 118, WR-Marvin Harrison; 114, P-Hunter Smith; 112, DE-Dwight Freeney; 109, P-David Lee; 107, LB-Don Shinnick; 108, OT-Ryan Diem; 106, DE-Ordell Braase; 105, OLB-Robert Mathis; 105, C/LB-Dick Szymanski).
  • In 18 career postseason outings, leads the franchise in postseason receptions (92), yards (1,242) and touchdowns (nine).
  • Ranks second in franchise postseason points with 56 (79, Adam Vinatieri).
  • Currently ranks second in NFL postseason history in receptions, fourth in receiving yards and tied for seventh in touchdown receptions. Is the only active player to rank in the top five in receptions and receiving yards.

 

2012 (COLTS):

  • Played in all 16 games (15 starts) and totaled 106 receptions for 1,355 yards and five touchdowns. His reception and receiving yardage totals were both the second-highest marks of his career.
  • Surpassed Marvin Harrison for the most consecutive seasons leading the team in receiving yards with six. Also led the team in receptions (106) and tied Harrison (six) for the most consecutive seasons leading the team in catches.
  • Earned his sixth career Pro Bowl selection.
  • Ranked third in the AFC in receptions and receiving yards and ranked sixth in the NFL in receptions and seventh in receiving yards.
  • Passed Jimmy Smith, Keenan McCardell, Torry Holt, Art Monk, Derrick Mason and Andre Reed for 10th place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list. Also passed Don Maynard, Michael Irvin, Derrick Mason, Hines Ward, Charlie Joiner, Jimmy Smith, Art Monk and Irving Fryar for 14th place all-time in receiving yards.
  • Recorded his sixth career 1,200-yard season, tying Marvin Harrison and Torry Holt for the third most in NFL history.
  • Tallied his eighth 1,000-yard season, tying Marvin Harrison for the most in Colts history.
  • Became one-of-six players in NFL history to record four-or-more 100-catch seasons.
  • Passed Edgerrin James (12,065) for second place on the franchise’s all-time scrimmage yards list.
  • Broke Cris Carter’s previous record of 59 straight games with three-or-more receptions. Wayne ended the season with his streak at 64 consecutive games.
  • Became one-of-eight NFL receivers to total 100-plus career catches against three-or-more teams (Houston, Jacksonville and Tennessee).
  • In the season opener at Chicago (9/9), finished the contest with nine catches for 135 yards, totaling over 100 yards in the season opener for the second straight year.
  • Against Jacksonville (9/23) in Week 3, finished the game with eight catches for 88 yards and became the 20th player in NFL history to reach 12,000 career receiving yards (12,002).
  • Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week after setting a career-high with 212 receiving yards on 13 receptions against Green Bay (10/7) while adding the game-winning four-yard touchdown with 35 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. His 212 receiving yards were the second-highest single-game total in franchise history (224 Raymond Berry at Washington, 11/10/57). His receiving total marked his 40th career 100-yard performance and second 200-yard game. Led the team with six receptions for 104 yards in the first half, which was the third-highest first-half receiving total of his career. Moved past former running back Edgerrin James (12,065) for second place on the franchise’s all-time scrimmage yards list. Improved his streak of catching at least one pass to 100 consecutive games.
  • Led both teams in receiving with five catches for 87 yards at the New York Jets (10/14) and became the 14th player in NFL history to reach 900 career receptions.
  • Led both teams in receiving with seven receptions for 91 yards (13.0 avg.) at Tennessee (10/28) and surpassed Lenny Moore for second place on the Colts’ all-time all-purpose yardage list with 12,465.
  • Totaled seven receptions for 78 yards and one touchdown against Miami (11/4). With his first quarter touchdown, surpassed Edgerrin James (75) for third place on the franchise’s all-time touchdowns list. He also passed James (458) for seventh place on the team’s all-time scoring list.
  • Caught nine passes for 114 yards in the team’s AFC Wild Card Playoff loss at Baltimore (1/6). With nine receptions, he has totaled 92 in his postseason career, which ranks second all-time to Jerry Rice (151). With 114 yards, he has also upped his career postseason total to 1,242, which ranks fourth in NFL history. His postseason reception and receiving yardage totals are also Colts franchise highs. Topped the 100-yard receiving plateau for the third time in his postseason career, which is tied with Dallas Clark for the most postseason 100-yard games in Colts history. Wayne also moved into a tie with Justin Snow for the third-most postseason games played in team history with 18.

 

2011 (COLTS):

  • Started all 16 games at wide receiver for the ninth consecutive season.
  • Ranked first on the team in receptions (75) and receiving yardage (960) and also added four touchdowns.
  • Moved into a tie with Marvin Harrison (1999-2003) for the most consecutive seasons leading the team in receiving yardage with five (2007-2011).
  • Extended his streak of consecutive regular season games with at least one reception to 96.
  • Led the team with seven receptions for 106 yards and one touchdown in the season opener at Houston (9/11). The game marked the fifth consecutive season opener in which he caught a touchdown.
  • Recorded his 800th career catch vs. Pittsburgh (9/25), finishing the season tied for 15th place on the NFL’s all-time reception list with Jimmy Smith (862). 
  • Became the 24th player in NFL history to top 11,000 career receiving yards, finishing with four receptions for 59 receiving yards at Tampa Bay (10/3).
  • In a Week 8 contest at Tennessee (10/30), totaled 61 receiving yards and moved past Lenny Moore (11,213) for third place on the franchise’s all-time scrimmage yards list (11,708). Also moved past Marvin Harrison for the most catches by a Colts receiver against the Titans in franchise history (currently with 90).
  • Surpassed Muhsin Muhammad for 22nd place on the NFL’s all-time receiving yardage list in a Week 13 meeting in New England (12/4) when he caught five passes for 55 yards.
  • Led the team with eight catches for 108 yards (13.3 avg.) and one touchdown against Houston (12/22). His one-yard touchdown with 19 seconds remaining in the game proved to be the game-winner. With his eight receptions, passed Rod Smith (849) and Irving Fryer (851) for 18th and 17th place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list.
  • Caught eight passes for 73 yards in the season finale at Jacksonville (1/1) and moved passed Muhsin Muhammad (860) for 16th place on the league’s all-time receptions list.

 

2010 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver for the eighth consecutive season.
  • Recorded a season-high and ranked third in club history in receptions with 111 for 1,355 yards and six touchdowns.
  • Earned his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl bid and was named to The Associated Press NFL All-Pro first-team for the first time in career. Also garnered PFW/PFWA All-NFL Team and PFW/PFWA All-AFC Team honors.
  • Became the eighth NFL player, and only active one, with seven consecutive 1,000-plus yard seasons, and the seventh NFL player with three career 100-plus reception seasons. Also became the 11th player with consecutive 100-plus receptions seasons.
  • Ranked first in the AFC and second in the NFL in receptions and second in the AFC and third in the NFL in reception yards.
  • Surpassed QB-Jim Kelly and WR-Andre Reed (9,538) for the second-most passing yards for a QB-WR tandem with Peyton Manning.
  • Tallied 15 receptions for 196 yards at Jacksonville (10/3) to set a career-high for receptions and a franchise single-game record.
  • A touchdown reception from Manning moved him into fifth place in NFL history and second in franchise history for the most passing touchdowns between a QB-WR tandem with four receptions for 39 yards and a touchdown against Houston (11/1).
  • With eight receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown at New England (11/21), recorded his 65th touchdown reception from Manning, tying Kelly-Reed for fourth-most all-time.
  • Against the Dallas Cowboys (12/5) had 14 receptions for 200 yards and one touchdown. The yardage was a career-high and was his 14th career 10-plus reception game, two shy of the club record (16, Harrison). The touchdown reception was the 68th of his career, tying Berry for second-most in club history.
  • Had five receptions for 34 yards vs. Jacksonville (12/19) for the 78th consecutive game with a reception, surpassing Marshall Faulk for the second-longest streak in franchise history.
  • Moved into second place over Raymond Berry in franchise history with 69 career touchdown receptions on nine receptions for 68 yards and one touchdown against Tennessee (1/2).
  • Started at wide receiver in the Wild Card Playoffs vs. the New York Jets (1/8) and had one reception for one yard.

 

2009 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Finished the season with 100 receptions for 1,264 yards and 10 touchdowns to earn his fourth consecutive Pro Bowl bid. Also earned Associated Press NFL All-Pro second-team accolades.
  • Ranked tied for fourth in the AFC and tied for fifth in the NFL in receptions and tied for third in the AFC and tied for fifth in the NFL in receiving yards.
  • Recorded 12 receptions for 147 yards and one touchdown vs. San Francisco (11/1), catching the game-winning score from running back Joseph Addai. The touchdown reception also marked a career-best fifth straight game with a touchdown and his reception total tied a then-single-game career-best.
  • Against the Houston Texans (11/8), surpassed Raymond Berry (631) for the second-most receptions in franchise history with eight catches for 64 yards.
  • Moved past Raymond Berry (9,275) for the second-most receiving yards in franchise history at Jacksonville (12/17), recording five receptions for 132 yards.
  • Totaled 16 receptions for 164 yards and one touchdown in the postseason.
  • Recorded 63 yards and one touchdown on eight receptions in the Divisional Playoffs against Baltimore (1/16). Surpassed 1,000 career receiving yards in the playoffs, becoming first player in franchise history and the 11th player in NFL history to do so. Also moved into second place on the franchise career playoff scoring list (56 points).
  • Contributed with three receptions for 55 yards vs. the New York Jets (1/23), moving into fourth place in career postseason receptions, surpassing running back Thurman Thomas (76). Also moved into eighth place in career postseason receiving yards.
  • In Super Bowl XLIV vs. New Orleans (2/7) had five receptions for 46 yards. Moved into seventh place in NFL career postseason receiving yards (1,127), surpassing Paul Warfield (1,121).

 

2008 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Earned his third consecutive Pro Bowl selection after posting 82 receptions for 1,145 yards and six touchdowns.
  • Totaled his fifth consecutive 1,000-plus yard season and surpassed 500 career receptions and 8,000 career yards. His 53 career touchdown receptions placed him third in club history.
  • Recorded seven receptions for 97 yards and one touchdown at Houston (10/5) and caught the game-winning touchdown with 1:54 remaining to cap a 17-point comeback in the final 4:04 for a 31-27 victory.
  • With eight receptions for 118 yards and one touchdown against Baltimore (10/12), surpassed wide receiver Jimmy Orr for third in franchise history with his 51st career touchdown reception, and 50th from Manning.
  • Tallied his 24th career 100-plus receiving game at Pittsburgh (11/9) to move pass Raymond Berry for second-most in club history.
  • Started at wide receiver and had four receptions for 129 yards and one touchdown in the Wild Card Playoffs at San Diego (1/3).

 

2007 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Finished the season with 104 receptions for 1,510 yards and 10 touchdowns, reception and yardage totals were career-bests.
  • Contributed with his fourth consecutive 1,000-plus yard season and second career 10-plus touchdown season.
  • Was his first career 100-plus reception season and yardage total led the NFL on his way to being selected to his second career Pro Bowl and first as starter.
  • Named to the Sports Illustrated NFL All-Pro Team and PFW/PFWA All-AFC Team and was a second-team Associated Press NFL All-Pro choice.
  • Became the third receiver in NFL history to increase reception totals for the first seven seasons of a career (Berry, 1955-1961; Shawn Jefferson, 1991-1997).
  • Tallied a career-best six 100-plus yard games and had four-plus receptions in 15 games.
  • At Carolina (10/28) posted seven receptions for 168 yards and one touchdown, which was the second-highest yardage total of his career.
  • Started at wide receiver vs. San Diego (1/13) in the Divisional Playoffs, totaling seven receptions for 76 yards and one touchdown.

 

2006 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Recorded 86 receptions for 1,310 yards and nine touchdowns.
  • Earned Pro Bowl honors for the first time and was named to the USA Today Sports Weekly NFL All-Pro first-team.
  • Caught the go-ahead touchdown with 9:50 left vs. Tennessee (10/8) to give Colts a 14-13 lead.
  • Notched a season-best 10 receptions for 138 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-31 comeback victory at Denver (10/29).
  • Was named by his teammates as the recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award.
  • Started at wide receiver and had 17 receptions for 216 yards and two touchdowns in the postseason.
  • Registered five receptions for 36 yards and a touchdown vs. Kansas City in the Wild Card Playoffs (1/6).
  • Had five receptions for 51 yards at Baltimore in the Divisional Playoffs (1/13).
  • Against New England in the AFC Championship Game (1/21) totaled 68 yards on five receptions.
  • In a Super Bowl XLI victory over Chicago (2/4) grabbed two receptions for 61 yards and one touchdown (53 yards). Became the fifth wide receiver since the 1970 NFL merger with a touchdown reception in both the Super Bowl and Pro Bowl in the same season (Tony Hill, Dallas, 1978; Gary Clark, Washington, 1991; Michael Irvin, Dallas, 1992; Yancey Thigpen, Pittsburgh, 1995).

 

2005 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Finished the season with 83 receptions for 1,055 yards and five touchdowns.
  • Had receptions in 15 games, missing vs. Arizona (1/1) to snap a streak of 32 consecutive games with a reception.
  • Recorded a 66-yard touchdown pass from Peyton Manning at Cincinnati (11/20), the duo’s longest connection at the time.
  • Started at wide receiver vs. Pittsburgh (1/15) in the Divisional Playoffs, leading the team with nine receptions for 97 yards.

 

2004 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Set then career season-bests with 77 receptions for 1,210 yards and 12 touchdowns.
  • Recorded his first career 1,000-plus yard season and 10-plus touchdown season.
  • Along with Marvin Harrison (86 receptions, 1,113 yards, 15 touchdowns) and Brandon Stokley (68 receptions, 1,077 yards, 10 touchdowns), became first trio in NFL history with 10-plus seasonal touchdowns and placed the Colts as one of four teams in NFL history with three 1,000-plus yard seasonal receivers.
  • Earned NFL Wild Card Weekend Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance against Denver (1/9).
  • Against the Green Bay Packers (9/26) finished with 184 yards and one touchdown on 11 receptions.
  • Started at wide receiver and finished the playoffs with 13 receptions for 256 yards and two touchdowns.
  • In the Wild Card Playoff matchup against Denver (1/9), finished with 10 receptions for 221 yards and two touchdowns. Was named Wild Card Weekend NFL Offensive Player of the Week after setting a club playoff record for reception yardage total and the third-highest total in NFL playoff history. The two touchdown receptions tied Marvin Harrison and Brandon Stokley for the most touchdown receptions in a playoff game in franchise history.
  • Tallied three receptions for 35 yards against New England (1/16) in the Divisional Playoff round.

 

2003 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver for the first time in his career.
  • Compiled 68 receptions for 838 yards and seven touchdowns with 15 multiple-reception games.
  • Against Jacksonville (9/21) recorded 10 receptions for 141 yards and two touchdowns, tying a season-high for yardage and touchdowns.
  • Started at wide receiver in all three rounds of the playoffs.
  • Recorded 43 yards and one touchdown on five receptions vs. Denver (1/4) in the AFC Wild Card Playoff game.
  • Contributed with six receptions for 83 yards and one touchdown at Kansas City (1/11) in the Divisional Playoffs.
  • Tallied four receptions for 46 yards at New England (1/18) in the AFC Championship Game.

 

2002 (COLTS):

  • Started seven-of-16 contests at wide receiver with the majority of his starts coming in three-receiver sets after taking over for the injured Qadry Ismail late in the season.
  • Finished the year with 49 receptions for 716 yards and four touchdowns.
  • Had a reception in 14 outings and produced three 100-plus yardage outings.
  • Earned his first career touchdown at Houston (9/22) on a 43-yard touchdown reception.
  • Posted 121 yards and one touchdown on six receptions at Philadelphia (11/10).
  • Started at wide receiver at the New York Jets (1/4) and had three receptions for 17 yards in the team’s Wild Card Playoff game.

 

2001 (COLTS):

  • Started nine-of-13 games at wide receiver in his rookie season and was inactive for another three contests.
  • Produced 345 yards on 23 receptions.
  • Suffered a high ankle sprain early in the season and a knee sprain later in the season.
  • Registered multiple reception games eight times with his top outing coming vs. Atlanta (12/16), five receptions for 78 yards.

 

COLLEGE:

  • Four-year starter at the University of Miami, starting in 42 career games.
  • Set the school all-time record for receptions (173), topping the previous mark set by Lamar Thomas (144).
  • With 20 touchdowns, joined Thomas (23) and Michael Irvin (26) as the only players in school history to record 20-plus career touchdown receptions.
  • Had at least one reception in 36 consecutive games.
  • As a senior, started in 11 games and finished the season with 43 catches for 755 yards and 10 touchdowns. His 10 touchdowns were the second most for a single season in school history behind Michael Irvin (11).
  • Earned All-Big East first-team honors and was awarded Miami’s Strength Training Athlete of the Year by the coaching staff.
  • Set the school’s seasonal receptions mark (48) by freshman, topping Michael Irvin (46). Also ranked second behind Irvin (840) on the freshman receiving yardage list with 640 yards.
  • Awarded All-Big East Rookie of the Year honors.
  • Named to The Sporting News Freshman All-America first-team and the All-Big East second-team.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended John Ehret High School in Marrero, La. and was a two-time all-state honoree.
  • Totaled 50 receptions for 930 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior.
  • Competed in the 200-meter dash and various relays in track.
  • Was the recipient of the 2011 Colts Man of the Year award.
    • Hosts a Christmas adoption program to provide gifts for nearly 300 families.
    • Gives away turkeys to more than 1,500 families each Thanksgiving.
    • Donates tickets to local youth at each Colts game.
    • Provides a safe trick or treat drive-through for 3,000 youth each year.
    • Hosted a celebrity basketball game in New Orleans with proceeds benefiting his former high school.
    • Born in New Orleans, La.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Selected by the Colts in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft (30th Overall).

 

PRO CAREER:

  • Has competed in 189 career games (175 starts) and totaled 968 receptions for 13,063 yards and 78 touchdowns.
  • Ranks second in Colts history in receptions (1,102, Marvin Harrison), receiving yards (14,580, Harrison), receiving touchdowns (128, Harrison), scrimmage yards (14,608, Harrison), 100-plus yard games (59, Harrison; 38, Wayne) and consecutive games with a reception (190, Harrison; 112, Wayne-active streak).
  • Named to six career Pro Bowls (2006-2010, 2012).
  • Was a First Team Associated Press NFL All-Pro in 2010.
  • Dating back to 2004, ranks first among all NFL receivers in receptions (824) and receiving yards (11,164) and ranks fifth in touchdowns (67).
  • Played all 16 games for the Colts for the 11th consecutive season in 2012, and leads NFL active wide receivers with 182 consecutive games played.
  • Led the team in receiving for the sixth consecutive year in 2012, surpassing Marvin Harrison for the most consecutive seasons in Colts history.
  • In 2012, passed Jimmy Smith, Keenan McCardell, Torry Holt, Art Monk, Derrick Mason and Andre Reed for 10th place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list. Also passed Don Maynard, Michael Irvin, Derrick Mason, Hines Ward, Charlie Joiner, Jimmy Smith, Art Monk and Irving Fryar for 14th place all-time in receiving yards.
  • Joins Tony Gonzalez (1,242) as the only active players in the NFL’s top 10 in all-time receptions.
  • Is one-of-six players in NFL history to post four career 100-plus reception seasons (2007, 2009-2010, 2012) and became the 11th NFL player with back-to-back 100-plus reception seasons (2009-2010).
  • Totaled seven consecutive 1,000-plus seasons (2004-2010), becoming eighth player in NFL history to accomplish the feat.
  • Set a club record with 15 receptions against Jacksonville on October 3, 2010.
  • Established a career-high with 212 receiving yards in a victory against Green Bay on October 7, 2012.
  • Increased his seasonal reception totals during the first seven seasons (2001-2007) of his career, becoming the third player in NFL history to achieve the mark (Raymond Berry, 1955-1961; Shawn Jefferson, 1991-1997).
  • One of 17 NFL players with a 1,500-plus receiving yardage season.
  • For his career, accumulated 15 double-digit reception outings, eight multiple-touchdown games and one three-plus touchdown game.
  • Has tallied a reception in 183-of-189 career games.
  • Recorded 779 receptions for 10,602 yards and 67 touchdowns with quarterback Peyton Manning. The completion total ranks as the second most between a quarterback-receiver tandem (953, Manning-Harrison) in NFL history. Wayne also became only the second player in NFL history to surpass 10,000 yards receiving with one quarterback (12,776, Manning-Harrison). With 67 touchdowns between Manning and Wayne, the duo holds the record for the fourth most all-time in NFL history.
  • Ranks as one-of-six Colts players with 100-plus consecutive career starts (208, QB-Peyton Manning; 145, Wayne; 115 C-Ken Mendenhall; 104, DE-Fred Cook; 102, DB-Jason Belser; 101, OT-Tarik Glenn).
  • One-of-14 Colts players to participate in 100-plus career wins (141 games, QB-Peyton Manning; 132, QB-John Unitas; 132, C-Jeff Saturday; 127-Wayne; 127 TE-Justin Snow; 118, WR-Marvin Harrison; 114, P-Hunter Smith; 112, DE-Dwight Freeney; 109, P-David Lee; 107, LB-Don Shinnick; 108, OT-Ryan Diem; 106, DE-Ordell Braase; 105, OLB-Robert Mathis; 105, C/LB-Dick Szymanski).
  • In 18 career postseason outings, leads the franchise in postseason receptions (92), yards (1,242) and touchdowns (nine).
  • Ranks second in franchise postseason points with 56 (79, Adam Vinatieri).
  • Currently ranks second in NFL postseason history in receptions, fourth in receiving yards and tied for seventh in touchdown receptions. Is the only active player to rank in the top five in receptions and receiving yards.

 

2012 (COLTS):

  • Played in all 16 games (15 starts) and totaled 106 receptions for 1,355 yards and five touchdowns. His reception and receiving yardage totals were both the second-highest marks of his career.
  • Surpassed Marvin Harrison for the most consecutive seasons leading the team in receiving yards with six. Also led the team in receptions (106) and tied Harrison (six) for the most consecutive seasons leading the team in catches.
  • Earned his sixth career Pro Bowl selection.
  • Ranked third in the AFC in receptions and receiving yards and ranked sixth in the NFL in receptions and seventh in receiving yards.
  • Passed Jimmy Smith, Keenan McCardell, Torry Holt, Art Monk, Derrick Mason and Andre Reed for 10th place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list. Also passed Don Maynard, Michael Irvin, Derrick Mason, Hines Ward, Charlie Joiner, Jimmy Smith, Art Monk and Irving Fryar for 14th place all-time in receiving yards.
  • Recorded his sixth career 1,200-yard season, tying Marvin Harrison and Torry Holt for the third most in NFL history.
  • Tallied his eighth 1,000-yard season, tying Marvin Harrison for the most in Colts history.
  • Became one-of-six players in NFL history to record four-or-more 100-catch seasons.
  • Passed Edgerrin James (12,065) for second place on the franchise’s all-time scrimmage yards list.
  • Broke Cris Carter’s previous record of 59 straight games with three-or-more receptions. Wayne ended the season with his streak at 64 consecutive games.
  • Became one-of-eight NFL receivers to total 100-plus career catches against three-or-more teams (Houston, Jacksonville and Tennessee).
  • In the season opener at Chicago (9/9), finished the contest with nine catches for 135 yards, totaling over 100 yards in the season opener for the second straight year.
  • Against Jacksonville (9/23) in Week 3, finished the game with eight catches for 88 yards and became the 20th player in NFL history to reach 12,000 career receiving yards (12,002).
  • Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week after setting a career-high with 212 receiving yards on 13 receptions against Green Bay (10/7) while adding the game-winning four-yard touchdown with 35 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. His 212 receiving yards were the second-highest single-game total in franchise history (224 Raymond Berry at Washington, 11/10/57). His receiving total marked his 40th career 100-yard performance and second 200-yard game. Led the team with six receptions for 104 yards in the first half, which was the third-highest first-half receiving total of his career. Moved past former running back Edgerrin James (12,065) for second place on the franchise’s all-time scrimmage yards list. Improved his streak of catching at least one pass to 100 consecutive games.
  • Led both teams in receiving with five catches for 87 yards at the New York Jets (10/14) and became the 14th player in NFL history to reach 900 career receptions.
  • Led both teams in receiving with seven receptions for 91 yards (13.0 avg.) at Tennessee (10/28) and surpassed Lenny Moore for second place on the Colts’ all-time all-purpose yardage list with 12,465.
  • Totaled seven receptions for 78 yards and one touchdown against Miami (11/4). With his first quarter touchdown, surpassed Edgerrin James (75) for third place on the franchise’s all-time touchdowns list. He also passed James (458) for seventh place on the team’s all-time scoring list.
  • Caught nine passes for 114 yards in the team’s AFC Wild Card Playoff loss at Baltimore (1/6). With nine receptions, he has totaled 92 in his postseason career, which ranks second all-time to Jerry Rice (151). With 114 yards, he has also upped his career postseason total to 1,242, which ranks fourth in NFL history. His postseason reception and receiving yardage totals are also Colts franchise highs. Topped the 100-yard receiving plateau for the third time in his postseason career, which is tied with Dallas Clark for the most postseason 100-yard games in Colts history. Wayne also moved into a tie with Justin Snow for the third-most postseason games played in team history with 18.

 

2011 (COLTS):

  • Started all 16 games at wide receiver for the ninth consecutive season.
  • Ranked first on the team in receptions (75) and receiving yardage (960) and also added four touchdowns.
  • Moved into a tie with Marvin Harrison (1999-2003) for the most consecutive seasons leading the team in receiving yardage with five (2007-2011).
  • Extended his streak of consecutive regular season games with at least one reception to 96.
  • Led the team with seven receptions for 106 yards and one touchdown in the season opener at Houston (9/11). The game marked the fifth consecutive season opener in which he caught a touchdown.
  • Recorded his 800th career catch vs. Pittsburgh (9/25), finishing the season tied for 15th place on the NFL’s all-time reception list with Jimmy Smith (862). 
  • Became the 24th player in NFL history to top 11,000 career receiving yards, finishing with four receptions for 59 receiving yards at Tampa Bay (10/3).
  • In a Week 8 contest at Tennessee (10/30), totaled 61 receiving yards and moved past Lenny Moore (11,213) for third place on the franchise’s all-time scrimmage yards list (11,708). Also moved past Marvin Harrison for the most catches by a Colts receiver against the Titans in franchise history (currently with 90).
  • Surpassed Muhsin Muhammad for 22nd place on the NFL’s all-time receiving yardage list in a Week 13 meeting in New England (12/4) when he caught five passes for 55 yards.
  • Led the team with eight catches for 108 yards (13.3 avg.) and one touchdown against Houston (12/22). His one-yard touchdown with 19 seconds remaining in the game proved to be the game-winner. With his eight receptions, passed Rod Smith (849) and Irving Fryer (851) for 18th and 17th place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list.
  • Caught eight passes for 73 yards in the season finale at Jacksonville (1/1) and moved passed Muhsin Muhammad (860) for 16th place on the league’s all-time receptions list.

 

2010 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver for the eighth consecutive season.
  • Recorded a season-high and ranked third in club history in receptions with 111 for 1,355 yards and six touchdowns.
  • Earned his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl bid and was named to The Associated Press NFL All-Pro first-team for the first time in career. Also garnered PFW/PFWA All-NFL Team and PFW/PFWA All-AFC Team honors.
  • Became the eighth NFL player, and only active one, with seven consecutive 1,000-plus yard seasons, and the seventh NFL player with three career 100-plus reception seasons. Also became the 11th player with consecutive 100-plus receptions seasons.
  • Ranked first in the AFC and second in the NFL in receptions and second in the AFC and third in the NFL in reception yards.
  • Surpassed QB-Jim Kelly and WR-Andre Reed (9,538) for the second-most passing yards for a QB-WR tandem with Peyton Manning.
  • Tallied 15 receptions for 196 yards at Jacksonville (10/3) to set a career-high for receptions and a franchise single-game record.
  • A touchdown reception from Manning moved him into fifth place in NFL history and second in franchise history for the most passing touchdowns between a QB-WR tandem with four receptions for 39 yards and a touchdown against Houston (11/1).
  • With eight receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown at New England (11/21), recorded his 65th touchdown reception from Manning, tying Kelly-Reed for fourth-most all-time.
  • Against the Dallas Cowboys (12/5) had 14 receptions for 200 yards and one touchdown. The yardage was a career-high and was his 14th career 10-plus reception game, two shy of the club record (16, Harrison). The touchdown reception was the 68th of his career, tying Berry for second-most in club history.
  • Had five receptions for 34 yards vs. Jacksonville (12/19) for the 78th consecutive game with a reception, surpassing Marshall Faulk for the second-longest streak in franchise history.
  • Moved into second place over Raymond Berry in franchise history with 69 career touchdown receptions on nine receptions for 68 yards and one touchdown against Tennessee (1/2).
  • Started at wide receiver in the Wild Card Playoffs vs. the New York Jets (1/8) and had one reception for one yard.

 

2009 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Finished the season with 100 receptions for 1,264 yards and 10 touchdowns to earn his fourth consecutive Pro Bowl bid. Also earned Associated Press NFL All-Pro second-team accolades.
  • Ranked tied for fourth in the AFC and tied for fifth in the NFL in receptions and tied for third in the AFC and tied for fifth in the NFL in receiving yards.
  • Recorded 12 receptions for 147 yards and one touchdown vs. San Francisco (11/1), catching the game-winning score from running back Joseph Addai. The touchdown reception also marked a career-best fifth straight game with a touchdown and his reception total tied a then-single-game career-best.
  • Against the Houston Texans (11/8), surpassed Raymond Berry (631) for the second-most receptions in franchise history with eight catches for 64 yards.
  • Moved past Raymond Berry (9,275) for the second-most receiving yards in franchise history at Jacksonville (12/17), recording five receptions for 132 yards.
  • Totaled 16 receptions for 164 yards and one touchdown in the postseason.
  • Recorded 63 yards and one touchdown on eight receptions in the Divisional Playoffs against Baltimore (1/16). Surpassed 1,000 career receiving yards in the playoffs, becoming first player in franchise history and the 11th player in NFL history to do so. Also moved into second place on the franchise career playoff scoring list (56 points).
  • Contributed with three receptions for 55 yards vs. the New York Jets (1/23), moving into fourth place in career postseason receptions, surpassing running back Thurman Thomas (76). Also moved into eighth place in career postseason receiving yards.
  • In Super Bowl XLIV vs. New Orleans (2/7) had five receptions for 46 yards. Moved into seventh place in NFL career postseason receiving yards (1,127), surpassing Paul Warfield (1,121).

 

2008 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Earned his third consecutive Pro Bowl selection after posting 82 receptions for 1,145 yards and six touchdowns.
  • Totaled his fifth consecutive 1,000-plus yard season and surpassed 500 career receptions and 8,000 career yards. His 53 career touchdown receptions placed him third in club history.
  • Recorded seven receptions for 97 yards and one touchdown at Houston (10/5) and caught the game-winning touchdown with 1:54 remaining to cap a 17-point comeback in the final 4:04 for a 31-27 victory.
  • With eight receptions for 118 yards and one touchdown against Baltimore (10/12), surpassed wide receiver Jimmy Orr for third in franchise history with his 51st career touchdown reception, and 50th from Manning.
  • Tallied his 24th career 100-plus receiving game at Pittsburgh (11/9) to move pass Raymond Berry for second-most in club history.
  • Started at wide receiver and had four receptions for 129 yards and one touchdown in the Wild Card Playoffs at San Diego (1/3).

 

2007 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Finished the season with 104 receptions for 1,510 yards and 10 touchdowns, reception and yardage totals were career-bests.
  • Contributed with his fourth consecutive 1,000-plus yard season and second career 10-plus touchdown season.
  • Was his first career 100-plus reception season and yardage total led the NFL on his way to being selected to his second career Pro Bowl and first as starter.
  • Named to the Sports Illustrated NFL All-Pro Team and PFW/PFWA All-AFC Team and was a second-team Associated Press NFL All-Pro choice.
  • Became the third receiver in NFL history to increase reception totals for the first seven seasons of a career (Berry, 1955-1961; Shawn Jefferson, 1991-1997).
  • Tallied a career-best six 100-plus yard games and had four-plus receptions in 15 games.
  • At Carolina (10/28) posted seven receptions for 168 yards and one touchdown, which was the second-highest yardage total of his career.
  • Started at wide receiver vs. San Diego (1/13) in the Divisional Playoffs, totaling seven receptions for 76 yards and one touchdown.

 

2006 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Recorded 86 receptions for 1,310 yards and nine touchdowns.
  • Earned Pro Bowl honors for the first time and was named to the USA Today Sports Weekly NFL All-Pro first-team.
  • Caught the go-ahead touchdown with 9:50 left vs. Tennessee (10/8) to give Colts a 14-13 lead.
  • Notched a season-best 10 receptions for 138 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-31 comeback victory at Denver (10/29).
  • Was named by his teammates as the recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award.
  • Started at wide receiver and had 17 receptions for 216 yards and two touchdowns in the postseason.
  • Registered five receptions for 36 yards and a touchdown vs. Kansas City in the Wild Card Playoffs (1/6).
  • Had five receptions for 51 yards at Baltimore in the Divisional Playoffs (1/13).
  • Against New England in the AFC Championship Game (1/21) totaled 68 yards on five receptions.
  • In a Super Bowl XLI victory over Chicago (2/4) grabbed two receptions for 61 yards and one touchdown (53 yards). Became the fifth wide receiver since the 1970 NFL merger with a touchdown reception in both the Super Bowl and Pro Bowl in the same season (Tony Hill, Dallas, 1978; Gary Clark, Washington, 1991; Michael Irvin, Dallas, 1992; Yancey Thigpen, Pittsburgh, 1995).

 

2005 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Finished the season with 83 receptions for 1,055 yards and five touchdowns.
  • Had receptions in 15 games, missing vs. Arizona (1/1) to snap a streak of 32 consecutive games with a reception.
  • Recorded a 66-yard touchdown pass from Peyton Manning at Cincinnati (11/20), the duo’s longest connection at the time.
  • Started at wide receiver vs. Pittsburgh (1/15) in the Divisional Playoffs, leading the team with nine receptions for 97 yards.

 

2004 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver.
  • Set then career season-bests with 77 receptions for 1,210 yards and 12 touchdowns.
  • Recorded his first career 1,000-plus yard season and 10-plus touchdown season.
  • Along with Marvin Harrison (86 receptions, 1,113 yards, 15 touchdowns) and Brandon Stokley (68 receptions, 1,077 yards, 10 touchdowns), became first trio in NFL history with 10-plus seasonal touchdowns and placed the Colts as one of four teams in NFL history with three 1,000-plus yard seasonal receivers.
  • Earned NFL Wild Card Weekend Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance against Denver (1/9).
  • Against the Green Bay Packers (9/26) finished with 184 yards and one touchdown on 11 receptions.
  • Started at wide receiver and finished the playoffs with 13 receptions for 256 yards and two touchdowns.
  • In the Wild Card Playoff matchup against Denver (1/9), finished with 10 receptions for 221 yards and two touchdowns. Was named Wild Card Weekend NFL Offensive Player of the Week after setting a club playoff record for reception yardage total and the third-highest total in NFL playoff history. The two touchdown receptions tied Marvin Harrison and Brandon Stokley for the most touchdown receptions in a playoff game in franchise history.
  • Tallied three receptions for 35 yards against New England (1/16) in the Divisional Playoff round.

 

2003 (COLTS):

  • Started 16 games at wide receiver for the first time in his career.
  • Compiled 68 receptions for 838 yards and seven touchdowns with 15 multiple-reception games.
  • Against Jacksonville (9/21) recorded 10 receptions for 141 yards and two touchdowns, tying a season-high for yardage and touchdowns.
  • Started at wide receiver in all three rounds of the playoffs.
  • Recorded 43 yards and one touchdown on five receptions vs. Denver (1/4) in the AFC Wild Card Playoff game.
  • Contributed with six receptions for 83 yards and one touchdown at Kansas City (1/11) in the Divisional Playoffs.
  • Tallied four receptions for 46 yards at New England (1/18) in the AFC Championship Game.

 

2002 (COLTS):

  • Started seven-of-16 contests at wide receiver with the majority of his starts coming in three-receiver sets after taking over for the injured Qadry Ismail late in the season.
  • Finished the year with 49 receptions for 716 yards and four touchdowns.
  • Had a reception in 14 outings and produced three 100-plus yardage outings.
  • Earned his first career touchdown at Houston (9/22) on a 43-yard touchdown reception.
  • Posted 121 yards and one touchdown on six receptions at Philadelphia (11/10).
  • Started at wide receiver at the New York Jets (1/4) and had three receptions for 17 yards in the team’s Wild Card Playoff game.

 

2001 (COLTS):

  • Started nine-of-13 games at wide receiver in his rookie season and was inactive for another three contests.
  • Produced 345 yards on 23 receptions.
  • Suffered a high ankle sprain early in the season and a knee sprain later in the season.
  • Registered multiple reception games eight times with his top outing coming vs. Atlanta (12/16), five receptions for 78 yards.

 

COLLEGE:

  • Four-year starter at the University of Miami, starting in 42 career games.
  • Set the school all-time record for receptions (173), topping the previous mark set by Lamar Thomas (144).
  • With 20 touchdowns, joined Thomas (23) and Michael Irvin (26) as the only players in school history to record 20-plus career touchdown receptions.
  • Had at least one reception in 36 consecutive games.
  • As a senior, started in 11 games and finished the season with 43 catches for 755 yards and 10 touchdowns. His 10 touchdowns were the second most for a single season in school history behind Michael Irvin (11).
  • Earned All-Big East first-team honors and was awarded Miami’s Strength Training Athlete of the Year by the coaching staff.
  • Set the school’s seasonal receptions mark (48) by freshman, topping Michael Irvin (46). Also ranked second behind Irvin (840) on the freshman receiving yardage list with 640 yards.
  • Awarded All-Big East Rookie of the Year honors.
  • Named to The Sporting News Freshman All-America first-team and the All-Big East second-team.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended John Ehret High School in Marrero, La. and was a two-time all-state honoree.
  • Totaled 50 receptions for 930 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior.
  • Competed in the 200-meter dash and various relays in track.
  • Was the recipient of the 2011 Colts Man of the Year award.
    • Hosts a Christmas adoption program to provide gifts for nearly 300 families.
    • Gives away turkeys to more than 1,500 families each Thanksgiving.
    • Donates tickets to local youth at each Colts game.
    • Provides a safe trick or treat drive-through for 3,000 youth each year.
    • Hosted a celebrity basketball game in New Orleans with proceeds benefiting his former high school.
    • Born in New Orleans, La.
 

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