INDIANAPOLIS - Standout tight end Dallas Clark retired from the NFL after 11 seasons on Wednesday.
He retired as a member of the Indianapolis Colts, the team that drafted him in the first round in 2003, where he won a Super Bowl with Peyton Manning and spent the first nine years of his career.
Watch Clark's full announcement and a one-on-one in the video player above.
He played for Tampa Bay in 2012 and for Baltimore last season before signing with Indianapolis just long enough to announce his retirement.
Clark is the Indy's all-time leader in tight end touchdown catches (46) and receptions (427). He finished second in yards receiving (4,887) and 100-yard games (seven). Clark set single season records with the Colts with 100 receptions and 1,106 yards in the 2009 season. In 2007, he had 11 TD catches.