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Posted at 12:05 PM ET, 10/22/2010

Dallas Clark is out for the rest of the season with wrist injury

By Cindy Boren

The Indianapolis Colts have lost tight end Dallas Clark for the remainder of the season because of a wrist injury he suffered in the game against the Redskins.

Clark was placed on the injured-reserve list and said he will undergo surgery to repair what Colts president Bill Polian said was "a rather rare injury. It's to a ligament in the hand that's been displaced."

"I have met with three great surgeons, Dr. [Arthur] Rettig of the Colts, Dr. [Thomas] Wiedrich in Chicago and Dr. [Thomas] Graham in Cleveland," Clark said in a statement released by the Colts. "All three have helped me and my family out tremendously during this process. I look forward to supporting my teammates the rest of this season and rehabilitating my wrist back to full strength for next season."

Clark is third on the team with 37 catches for 347 yards, and second on the team with three touchdowns.

By Cindy Boren  | October 22, 2010; 12:05 PM ET
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Comments

A number of players are getting hurt against the Redskins this year. don't know if that speaks to the defense or what, but it's been noticeable the Houston, Philly, Green Bay and now Indy games.

Posted by: oknow1 | October 22, 2010 1:05 PM | Report abuse

Dallas found out what the power of greyskull is....."He-Man" Landry threw his butt to the turf like a doll.

Posted by: SkinzWiz | October 22, 2010 1:19 PM | Report abuse

We have got to be leading the league in knocking opposing players out. We may not be able to stop anybody, but boy do we hit!

Posted by: nyskinsdiehard | October 22, 2010 8:17 PM | Report abuse

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