TE Dallas Clark is Retiring After 11 Seasons

Tight End Dallas Clark plans to officially announce his retirement after 11 seasons with the NFL in a new conference from the Indianapolis Colts headquarters this Wednesday.

When playing alongside legendary quarterback Peyton Manning, Clark set franchise records for receptions and receiving touchdowns by a tight end.

Both Clark and Manning left the Colts after the 2011 season, and since then, Clark’s numbers without the magical Manning dipped significantly. In 2012 when with the Buccaneers, Clark had just 435 yards and four touchdowns. He then recorded just 343 yards and three touchdowns last season with the Ravens.


Of Clark’s 11 seasons, he was one of Manning’s most reliable targets, and is definitely best known for the nine seasons he spent in Indianapolis from 2003 to 2011. Clark will retire as an Indianapolis Colt.