Dallas Clark set to retire as a Colt

Patrick McDermott

The veteran tight end announced today that he will be retiring with his old team.

Dallas Clark has announced that he will be retiring with his long-time team, the Indianapolis Colts, where he spent years catching passes from Peyton Manning.

Clark played one season for the Ravens after playing for the Colts from 2003 until he was released in 2012, where he was briefly a Buccaneer. He played in 12 games this past season and caught 31 passes for 343 yards and 3 touchdowns. Though he never caught on with the Ravens completely, and showed signs of his age, Clark was always a class act and should fit in nicely in Indianapolis' history.

The Colts have announced that they will hold a press conference on Wednesday at 11 AM in order to properly retire the fan-favorite tight end. No word yet on who will be driving Jim Irsay to the facilities.

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