Colts | More on Reggie Wayne
Updating a previous report, Indianapolis Colts WR Reggie Wayne (knee) feels like he's 100 percent healthy after recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee last season. His most recent visit with Dr. John Uribe showed no fluid in his surgically repaired knee. Wayne has been running routes at the team's facility. "I feel like I have nothing to prove to anybody," Wayne said. "I know what I can do. Guys in this locker room know what I can do. Now it's time to show the first-timers who have not seen me play, the ones that keep calling me Mr. Wayne, ones that say they played with me on 'Madden.' There's no reason why I shouldn't be ready (for training camp) in July."
Fantasy Tip: Wayne has always been a productive player when he's been on the field. However, he's entering his age-36 season, and Andrew Luck has plenty of other receiving weapons to go to. Even if he proves his doubters wrong by coming back fully healthy, he'll have to compete for targets with budding superstar T.Y. Hilton and offseason addition Hakeem Nicks. Wayne's PPR value will likely take a significant hit, and all things considered, he's probably safest as a WR4.
2014-06-19 14:42:55 | Source: ESPN.com - Mike Wells
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