Colts WR Reggie Wayne has been fairly sharp since returning from his season ending injury last season.
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Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne is scheduled to have an MRI on his injured left elbow.
Head coach Chuck Pagano made the announcement during a scheduled news conference Monday at the team complex. Pagano said he did not expect to have the results until at least Monday night.
Wayne was injured early in Sunday’s win over Cincinnati. He came out briefly but returned to the game and finished with four catches for 15 yards to keep extend his NFL record of consecutive three-reception games to 78. He also became the ninth member of the league’s 14,000-yard club.
Pagano said starting RB Trent Richardson (hamstring) and LB Jerrell Freeman (hip) also would have MRIs.
Wayne is currently 2nd on the Colts in receiving yards and receptions for the 2014 season. He only need 580 more yards in his career to tie former teammate Marvin Harrison for the most receiving yards in Colts franchise history, and only 58 total receptions to tie Harrison in that respective category.