After being a full participant in practice the last two days, Colts WR Reggie Wayne will be back on the field when the Colts take the spotlight of Monday Night Football this week.
Besides the obvious requisite of actually catching the football, Wayne feels good about the work he put in Friday and Saturday.
Wayne was asked on Saturday if he expects to be limited in any way against the Giants.
“If I’m going out there, I’m expecting to play. If I’m going to be limited, I might as well continue to get treatment,” Wayne offered.
“I feel good. I had a couple days of practice where I felt pretty good, caught the ball pretty well. Hopefully I’ll wake up (Sunday) morning and there’s no setbacks and go from there.”
Wayne said in the story that during the Cincinnati game, he dropped two passes because he had no strength and couldn’t stop the ball from coming through his hands. So, he sat out the Pittsburgh game. That strength is now back and he doesn't expect to be limited. He's officially listed as probable.