Colts Welcoming Back Super Bowl XLI Championship Team For Sunday's Game

Intro: On Sunday afternoon, the Colts will be taking on the Titans with some pretty distinguished guests in attendance. Which members of the Super Bowl XLI teams are expected to be in Indy for the 10-year anniversary this weekend?

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INDIANAPOLIS – Fans will want to hang around in their seats for Sunday's halftime show at Lucas Oil Stadium.

At halftime, the Colts will recognize the Super Bowl XLI team in the 10-year anniversary of a historic run.

Players, coaches and staff from the 2006 team will gather this weekend in Indianapolis before being honored on Sunday at the 1:00 p.m. contest between the Colts and Titans.

Here are some of the players expected to be in attendance this weekend:

Joseph Addai

Gary Brackett

Dallas Clark

Tarik Glenn

Kelvin Hayden

Marlin Jackson

Cato June

Peyton Manning

Dominic Rhodes

Jeff Saturday

Reggie Wayne

Both Tony Dungy and Marvin Harrison will be at next Thursday's game (Thanksgiving night versus the Steelers). Dungy and Harrison will be honored that evening by the Pro Football Hall of Fame and receive their HOF rings after being inducted to Canton in 2016.

Here are some comments from Reggie Wayne about the reunion this weekend:

Manning: "Jim (Irsay) is as generous as they come. He's flying everyone in. I don't know what the exact itinerary is but I know it will be first class, like he always does. I really look forward to that. It's going to be great."

Wayne: "Guys on that team, we played together for so many years. Me, Marvin Harrison, Dallas Clark, Jeff Saturday, the Peyton Manning's, the Dominic Rhodes', the Joseph Addai's. The list goes on and on. You see so many guys these days where they are only at certain places for a small period of time and they go some place else. Well, one thing Bill Polian did was has he kept us together for as long as he possibly could. That way we were able to grow as players and grow as men. And at the same time, it's the relationships that you will always have, no matter if you win the Super Bowl or don't, that's something that you always cherish and keep close to your heart. Whenever we get back together, we talk about what we were able to accomplish but it's always, 'How's the family? How's the kids?'  because a lot of our kids grew up together and played together. It's always exciting to get back together, sit back and reminisce a little bit."

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