Wayne Likely Out For Season

If the Indianapolis Colts are going to continue to build on their 5-2 season, they will likely have to do it without one of their star players.
If the Indianapolis Colts are going to continue to build on their 5-2 season, they will likely have to do it without one of their star players.

ESPN is reporting Receiver, Reggie Wayne, suffered a season-ending injury during Sunday night's victory against the Denver Broncos.  The sports network says Wayne suffered a torn ACL, which will also bring an end to his streak of starting nearly 190 straight games.

The injury occurred in the 4th quarter when Wayne attempted to catch an under-thrown pass by Colts Quarterback, Andrew Luck.  After the game, which saw the return of former Colts QB, Peyton Manning to Lucas Oil Stadium, Luck took blame for Wayne's injury, saying, it was a "terrible throw".  Wayne is expected to undergo an M.R.I. sometime Monday.

The Colts, by the way, handed Manning's Broncos their first loss of the season by a score of 39-33.
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