Colts agree to deal with Reggie Wayne

Mar 13, 2012 at 7:04 PM--


Wide receivers keep coming off of the board. Indianapolis has agreed to a deal that will keep Reggie Wayne with the Colts. The deal is for 3-years and worth a max of $17.5 million according to Jason LaCanfora.





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