Longtime Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark has announced his retirement. He played nine years with the team, including the 2006 Super Bowl Championship season. Clark re-signed with the Colts today to retire with the team that drafted him in 2003. He spent 2012 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and 2013 with the Baltimore Ravens.

During a news conference this afternoon at the team's complex, Colts Owner Jim Irsay called Clark “an incredible player, such a great man, such a playful person – a child at heart.”

Clark finished his career second among tight ends in franchise history in receptions and touchdowns.

He calls his opportunities with the Colts “a jackpot, a complete jackpot.”

Source: The Indianapolis Colts

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