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Wayne had three catches for 23 yards in Sunday's 42-7 loss to the Cowboys. He was targeted five times.

The Colts got run out of the building Sunday, leading to lackluster stat lines for all of their skill position players. With a first-round bye no longer a possibility, Indianapolis may rest some of its veterans next week against Tennessee, and Wayne would seemingly be a prime candidate. You'll need to keep an eye on the Colts' plans for Wayne if you're hoping to use him in Week 17.

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Colts head coach Chuck Pagano said he hasn't ruled out giving Wayne some rest the final two games of the regular season, WTHR in Indianapolis reports.

Pagano didn't specifically talk about Wayne, but when asked about him he said he'd do what's best for each player as far as rest the final two games. There's a real risk Wayne sees limited snaps the next two weeks since he's been playing through a triceps injury and with the Colts having clinched a division title. Donte Moncrief may be set for more playing time as a result.

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Wayne (triceps) had four catches on five targets for 24 yards Sunday against the Texans.

Wayne has reportedly been playing through a torn triceps recently, which can certainly help explain his last four stat lines for 3-10-0, 4-31-0, 1-5-0 and 4-24-0. However, he may have to step up in Week 16 against the Cowboys after T.Y. Hilton suffered a hamstring injury against the Texans on Sunday. That being said, if the triceps injury continues to bother him, quarterback Andrew Luck may have to go elsewhere to make up the void if Hilton can't play.

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Wayne (triceps) is active for Sunday's game against the Texans.

Wayne is reportedly dealing with a torn triceps muscle, but he will set a Colts record Sunday by playing in his 209th game. The Colts can clinch the AFC South with a win, which could allow Wayne to rest in the final two weeks of the season.

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Wayne, who is reportedly dealing with a torn triceps muscle, fully practiced all week and is listed as probable with an injury type of "rest" against Houston. "If I'm out there playing," he told the Indianapolis Star, "I'm good."

Wayne will set a new Colts record with 209 games played this week. If the Colts win and clinch the AFC South, it wouldn't be surprising to see Wayne get extensive rest the final two weeks with both benchmarks passed.

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Wayne, who is reportedly dealing with a torn triceps muscle, practiced in full Wednesday, the Indianapolis Star reports.

The report suggests that Wayne may get a day off later in the week, but at this stage, it appears as though the veteran wideout will continue to play through his aches and pains on Sunday against the Texans.

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Colts head coach Chuck Pagano said Sunday that Wayne has been playing through a torn triceps and knee and elbow injuries, ESPN's Mike Wells reports.

Wayne hasn't done much in recent weeks, and he struggled badly during Sunday's win over the Browns, catching just 1-of-8 targets for five yards. He uncharacteristically dropped a few passes, but Pagano didn't indicate that the veteran wideout will miss any time.

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Wayne had four receptions for 31 yards on five targets in Sunday's win over Washington.

Wayne has just seven catches and 14 targets the past two weeks, and three of those were forced in Week 12 to extend his record of 82 consecutive games with three or more receptions. He'll likely bounce back, but it's not encouraging to see him more involved in a game where Andrew Luck threw five touchdowns.

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Wayne had just three receptions for 10 yards and was targeted nine times in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

Wayne didn't have a productive game, but he led the team in targets and the Colts didn't need to pass as much in the second half with a large lead. Wayne should bonce back as a result.

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Wayne caught 5-of-9 targets for 91 yards in Sunday's 42-20 loss to the Patriots.

Wayne and Coby Fleener did most of the damage, combining for 235 of the Colts' 303 receiving yards on 12 receptions. Wayne remains heavily involved in the offense on a weekly basis, but he doesn't typically make many big plays like the 46-yard reception he managed Sunday night. He did have a 40-yard touchdown in the previous game, which was preceded by performances of four catches for 15 yards and four catches of 35 yards.