Tuesday October 21st, 2014

Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne's status for Sunday's game at the Pittsburgh Steelers is unclear.

Wayne said that he's yet to see the results of an MRI exam after he injured his left elbow in Sunday's 27-0 win over the Cincinnati BengalsThe TV station rtv6 reported that Wayne's injury could sideline him "a game or two."

Wayne returned to the game after sustaining the injury and, in catching four passes for 15 yards, became only the ninth receiver in NFL history to eclipse 14,000 receiving yards. After the game, Wayne didn't indicate that he was worried about the severity of the injury.

From The Indianapolis Star:

"I'm good right now," he said. "Just kind of fell on it. I'll go home, have an adult beverage and see how it feels in the morning."​

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Over seven games this season, Wayne has caught 38 passes for 434 yards and a touchdown. The 35-year-old had started 189 consecutive regular season games before tearing the ACL in his right knee in an October game against the Broncos last year.

The Colts are 5-2 and currently sit in first place in the AFC South.

- Chris Johnson

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