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- Updated: January 15, 2016
According to league sources, Former Colts WR Reggie Wayne will retire after 14 seasons in the league.
“I think so, bro, yeah,” Wayne said Friday in a phone interview with CBS4 of Indianapolis when asked if he’ll retire. “Yeah, I’m done. … It was fun, but it’s time. It’s just time.”
Despite signing a one-year contract with the Patriots during training camp, Wayne did not play a regular season snap in 2015 after failing to make the 53-man roster and has since pondered on his future.
He was on pace for a strong season in 2013 with Indianapolis after recording 38 receptions through the first seven games of the season, but a torn ACL derailed that campaign and left him somewhat limited in 2014 at age 36.
Wayne’s 14,345 receiving yards are the eighth-most in NFL history, just 235 behind former teammate Marvin Harrison. As a six-time Pro Bowl selection with impressive career numbers, he has strong Hall of Fame credentials.