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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.

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Wayne (elbow) caught 4-of-10 targets for 70 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 40-24 win over the Giants.

Wayne saw a steady diet of short and intermediate targets in his return to action, with one or two looks deeper down the field. He wore a brace but didn't show any other signs of being injured, and he notably turned a modest gain down the left sideline into a 40-yard touchdown, though no missed tackles were needed along the way. The Colts have no shortage of receiving options, and T.Y. Hilton clearly tops that list, but with Andrew Luck attempting passes at a near-record pace, Wayne could be surprisingly productive the rest of the way. First, the Colts will head into their bye week, which will be followed by a Week 11 home game against the Patriots.

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Wayne (elbow) will play in Monday night's game, the Indianapolis Star's Mike Campbell reports.

Coach Chuck Pagano said Wayne looked good in practice on Friday and Saturday, so owners should feel comfortable deploying him as usual against the Giants.

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Wayne (elbow) practiced fully in Saturday's practice, Colts.com's Kevin Bowen reports.

This marks the second straight day that Wayne has been a full go in practice, and while the Colts haven't announced what his status is for Sunday, it seems highly likely that he will be able to take the field.

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Wayne (elbow) practiced fully Friday, ESPN.com reports.

The report notes that coach Chuck Pagano indicated Thursday that he wanted to see how Wayne fared at practice Friday and Saturday before making a decision on the wideout's status for Monday's game against the Giants, but Wayne's full participation Friday certainly bodes well on that front.

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Wayne practiced Friday for the first time since injuring his elbow in Week 7, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' website reports.

Wayne sat out Thursday's practice, but he was able to get back on the practice field Friday. Wayne's official injury designation will not be announced until Saturday with the Colts playing Monday night, but he has given him a chance to return to action this week.

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Coach Chuck Pagano relayed Monday that Wayne (elbow) is ahead of schedule, the Colts' official site reports.

The wideout is thus considered day-to-day as next Monday's game against the Giants approaches, with the team hopeful that Wayne can return to practice later this week, according to Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star.

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Coach Chuck Pagano indicated Friday that Wayne (elbow) will not play Sunday against the Steelers, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports.

With Wayne out this weekend, fellow wideout T.Y. Hilton figures to remain busy in the Colts' passing offense, while Hakeem Nicks and Donte Moncrief are candidates to see added looks in Week 8.