Reggie Wayne To Be Inducted Into Colts Ring Of Honor

The Indianapolis Colts today announced that former Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne will be inducted into the Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor at Lucas Oil Stadium during the 2018 season.

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INDIANAPOLIS —The Indianapolis Colts today announced that former Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne will be inducted into the Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor at Lucas Oil Stadium during the 2018 season.

No one is more of a true Colt than Reggie Wayne," said Colts Owner & CEO Jim Irsay. "He embodies everything about the Horseshoe and is much beloved by Colts fans everywhere. He was also one of the greatest players in NFL history, and chants of 'REG-GIE, REG-GIE' will forever echo through our stadium along with memories of many amazing catches and exciting plays. I could not be more proud and honored to induct Reggie Wayne into the Colts Ring of Honor."

Wayne played 14 seasons (2001-14) with the Colts after being selected by the team in the first round (30th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft out of Miami (FL). In Indianapolis, Wayne:

  • Played in 211 games (197 starts), the most games in franchise history.
  • Totaled 1,070 receptions for 14,345 yards and 82 touchdowns.
  • Ranks 10th in NFL history in receptions and receiving yards and is tied for 23rd in receiving touchdowns.
  • Registered 43 100-yard receiving games, which ranks tied for 15th in league history.
  • Was a member of the Colts Super Bowl XLI championship team following the 2006 season.
  • Was a six-time Pro Bowl selection and was a First Team Associated Press NFL All-Pro in 2010.
    His 14 years of service is tied for second most among all Colts. From 2001-2013, he played in 189 consecutive games which is the third longest streak in team history. Wayne ranks in the top five in team history in numerous career categories, including total touchdowns (third), most 10 touchdown seasons (three, tied-fourth), receptions (second), consecutive games with a reception (134, second), games with a reception (205, first), 10 reception games (15, second), seasons leading the team in receptions (seven, third), receiving yards (second), seasons leading the team in receiving yards (seven, second), 100-yard receiving games (second), receiving touchdowns (second), games with a touchdown (73, second), 1,000-yard receiving seasons (eight, tied-first), scrimmage yards (14,345, second) and 1,000-yard scrimmage seasons (eight, tied-first).

From 2007-2012, Wayne led the team in receiving yards (the longest streak in franchise history). He compiled four seasons with 100-plus receptions (2007, 2009-2010, 2012) and is one of only eight players in NFL history to accomplish that feat. Wayne became the eighth player in league history to record seven consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons when he did it from 2004-2010.

Wayne excelled in postseason play. He started all 21 postseason contests he played in and caught 93 passes for 1,254 yards and nine touchdowns. In the playoffs, Wayne ranks in the top 10 in league history in receptions (second), receiving yards (fourth) and receiving touchdowns (tied-ninth). He ranks 13th in league history in postseason scrimmage yards.

Wayne will become the 15th honoree in the Ring of Honor, joining other Colts greats: owner Robert Irsay (1996), WR-Bill Brooks (1998), head coach Ted Marchibroda (2000), OL-Chris Hinton (2001), QB-Jim Harbaugh (2005), "Colts Nation" (2007), head coach Tony Dungy (2010), WR-Marvin Harrison (2011), RB-Edgerrin James (2012), RB-Eric Dickerson and RB-Marshall Faulk (2013), C-Jeff Saturday (2015), general manager Bill Polian (2016) and QB-Peyton Manning (2017).

A look back at the career of Reggie Wayne, 2018 Colts Ring of Honor Inductee.

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