|Dallas Clark to announce retirement|
Former Colts TE calls it quits after 11 seasons
By: Doug Orth | Jun 16 2014, 4:50 pm
|After 11 seasons - including his first nine in Indianapolis - and one Super Bowl title, Dallas Clark will officially call it a career Wednesday. He will become just the second player in Colts history (after C Jeff Saturday) to re-sign with the team and retire.
The Colts released Clark after the 2011 season. He played for the Buccaneers in 2012 and the Ravens in 2013, combining for 78 receptions and seven touchdowns in that span. For his career, Clark had 505 catches for 5,665 yards and 53 scores. (CBS Sports)|
FFToday's Take: In nine seasons (2003-2011) with the team, Clark set franchise records for the most career receptions (427) and receiving touchdowns (46) by a tight end, while finishing second in receiving yards (4,887). In 2009, he became the second tight end in NFL history to post 100-plus receptions and the first tight end in team history to record 1,000-plus receiving yards in a season.