Dallas Clark holds Colts franchise records for career receptions (427) and receiving touchdowns (46) by a tight end. (Robert C. Modra/Getty Images)
Former Pro Bowl tight end Dallas Clark will retire with the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday, the team announced Monday.
Clark, who turned 35 last week, will officially make the announcement during a press conference at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. The news will mark the end of a 10-year career for the former Iowa standout, who made his NFL debut with the Colts and went on to play eight years with the team, winning a Super Bowl with Indianapolis in 2007. He spent 2012 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and one year with the Baltimore Ravens. In 2009, he was named to the Pro Bowl and All-Pro team.
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He wraps up a career with Colts franchise records for most career receptions (427) and receiving touchdowns (46) by a tight end. He is also now second in receiving yards (4,887) and 100-yard games (seven) for the organization.
Among fellow tight ends, Clark finishes in the top 15 in NFL history in a number of categories, including receiving touchdowns, receptions and receiving yards.