INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Indianapolis Colts’ wide receiver Reggie Wayne will be out for the season after suffering a torn ACL during Sunday night's win against the Denver Broncos. Head coach Chuck Pagano confirmed the news during a press conference Monday afternoon after Wayne underwent an MRI exam.
“We hate to lose anybody, but this one stinks,” Pagano said. “You just don't replace guys like 87."
The injury will require surgery but he will be back, Pagano said.
"He’s not going to let his career end like this," he said.
Pagano appeared emotional while delivering the news. His relationship with Wayne goes back to the University of Miami, where he was an assistant coach while Wayne played there.
Wayne was injured on a non-contact play diving for a ball in the fourth quarter Sunday.
The injury will snap Wayne’s 189 consecutive games played streak, the longest among active players. He last missed a game in his rookie season in 2001.
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