Reggie Wayne named top 100 offensive player by ESPN


Reggie Wayne has long been one of the most consistent recievers in the NFL. He will be the oldest in the league this season, just 10 months removed from an ACL injury. That has not stopped ESPN from ranking him a top 100 offensive player.

Last season Wayne came in 36th, this year however, he comes in at 56.

Wayne only needs 1,015 yards to pass the great Marvin Harrison as the Colts all-time franchise leader in receiving yards. He enters 2014 with 13,566 yards, which puts him 11th on the all-time list.

If he can pass Harrison this season, it will shock many, because the Colts have surrounded him with solid talent in T.Y. Hilton and Hakeem Nicks. The Colts have one of the deepest offenses in the league this year. Luck will not have to rely on Wayne as much as his did during his rookie season, and for the first seven games in 2013. He will also have tight ends Coby Fleener and Dwayne Allen to throw to. So another 1,000 yard season for Wayne might not happen, then again another one would not surprise anyone that has watch him play during his entire career.

Wayne will surely be in the Hall Of Fame when he reitres, but for now Colts fans will enjoy watching old 87 come back to form this season.

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