Colts coach Chuck Pagano would be "shocked" if Reggie Wayne (ACL) wasn't ready for training camp.
Although Reggie Wayne (ACL) is not participating in OTAs, he has been cleared for football activities.
Reggie Wayne (knee) is not participating in OTAs.
ESPN Colts blogger Mike Wells expects Reggie Wayne (ACL) to sit out next month's minicamp.
Reggie Wayne (ACL) says he's "way ahead of schedule" in his rehab, and expects to be cleared for football activity by April 25.
Colts GM Ryan Grigson said Reggie Wayne (knee) is expected to be ready for the start of training camp.
Reggie Wayne (knee) said he'll begin straight-line running on Saturday.
Reggie Wayne said "so far, so good" when asked about the progress of his knee rehab.
Reggie Wayne (torn ACL, injured reserve) expects to resume running in mid-January, and plans to go "full throttle" in four and a half months.
Reggie Wayne (torn ACL) said he fully expects to play next season.
Colts placed WR Reggie Wayne on injured reserve with a torn right ACL, ending his season.
A Monday MRI confirmed that Reggie Wayne sustained a torn right ACL and meniscus during Sunday night's win over the Broncos.
The Colts fear Reggie Wayne tore his ACL during Sunday night's win over the Broncos.
Coach Chuck Pagano confirmed after Sunday night's Week 7 win Reggie Wayne will require an MRI on his "sprained" right knee.