The Indianapolis Colts announced that veteran TE Dallas Clark will officially retire as a member of the team at a press conference on Wednesday.
Clark, 41, hasn’t found any interest as a free agent this offseason, so it’s really not surprising to see him call it a career after spending 11 years in the NFL.
He spent the past two years with the Buccaneers and Ravens, but played nine seasons for the Colts and has done enough for the franchise to eventually end up in the Colts ring of honor.
Clark finishes his career with 505 receptions for 5,665 yards and 53 touchdowns over the course 143 games. He ranks eighth in receptions and 15th in receiving yards for tight ends while being tied for sixth in receiving touchdowns.