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Quite disappointing to his fans for sure. This is a hated team for most colts fans and it's like he is taking a shot at the team for letting him go but in reality, he will be spitting in his fans face and I am one of his fans. I won't root him to do well there if he goes to them.

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Why not? He gets to play with one of the greatest QBs of all time. Would everyone have been happy seeing him playing in Denver? I think he could do well playing in the Wes Welker rule with his great hands. I wish only the best for him and if he burns the Colts then you tip the cap and say, "It is just Reggie being Reggie."

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Eh, not happy about it, but we basically just did the same thing with Andre Johnson and the Texans.

This is true. It's just business. Unless it's Reggie being vindictive which is actually possible.

I feel like our break wasn't very mutual.

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That's bad. A physical means they're signing you, right?

Did not want to see that.

Big pickup for Tom Brady

Getting a physical in NE.

AdamSchefter

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Former Colts WR Reggie Wayne arrived in New England last night and is taking a physical with the Patriots today, per league sources.

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So Reggie Wayne is in Foxboro, league sources tell ESPN....Because the Patriots-Colts rivalry needed just a little more juice.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)

August 23, 2015

So Reggie Wayne is in Foxboro, league sources tell ESPN....Because the Patriots-Colts rivalry needed just a little more juice.

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Good for Reggie Wayne. He wants to play. Bottom line! Who cares about with who. He'll always be a Colt

I care. I have to admit..this is as hard to take as Peyton going to Denver.

I liked the Elway-Manning thing..

I don't want to see Brady throwing TDs to Reggie...I admit...its foolish but this one will hurt

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