- Mike Wells, ESPN Indianapolis Colts reporter
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Clark, the 24th overall pick by the Colts in 2003, set franchise records for receptions (427) and receiving touchdowns (46) by a tight end. He’s retiring with 505 receptions for 5,665 yards and 53 touchdowns in 143 games in his 11-year career. Clark played for Tampa Bay and Baltimore after leaving the Colts following the 2011 season.
Here’s what fans had to say about Clark via Twitter:
@MikeWellsNFL I met Dallas at J. Snow's Spec Olympics camp. He was out there having as much, or more, fun than the athletes. Really cool guy
— Jonathan Childress (@MrChillTheElder) June 16, 2014
@MikeWellsNFL Anytime he scored and done that basketball style celebration like he was going between his legs.
— Bryan Jones (@BryanJones26) June 16, 2014
@MikeWellsNFL countless one handed catches with no gloves.
— Alex Curry (@curbird87) June 16, 2014
@MikeWellsNFL Fingertip grab against the Ravens. Playoffs '06
— Megan (@MeganMarie289) June 16, 2014
@MikeWellsNFL when he scored an 80 something yd td on the very first play against mia on mnf. Believe it was in 09.
— Tommy Bond (@TommyN_Bond) June 16, 2014
@MikeWellsNFL great play on the field obviously, but what I love about Dallas most is the kind of guy he is. Hilarious dude!!
— Brigette (@Brigette912) June 16, 2014
INDIANAPOLIS -- Tight end Dallas Clark, a fixture with the Indianapolis Colts for nine seasons, will retire with the team on Wednesday.Clark, the 24th overall pick by the Colts in 2003, set franchise records for receptions (427) and receiving touchdowns (46) by a tight end.