Dear Adam Schefter: Please Stop Stabbing Us Colts Fans In The Heart

LANDOVER MD - OCTOBER 17: Reggie Wayne #85 celebrates scoring a touchdown with teammate Dallas Clark #44 the Indianapolis Colts against the Washington Redskins at FedExField on October 17 2010 in Landover Maryland. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

ESPN's Adam Schefter spent much of the day yesterday stabbing Colts fans in the heart with every single player update he Tweeted.

Colts suspended P Pat McAfee for one game for conduct detrimental to the club.

Colts TE Dallas Clark is out indefinitely w/ hand/wrist injury. He plans to go for 2nd and 3rd opinions to determine how long he'll miss.

Filed to ESPN: Colts wide receiver Austin Collie underwent hand surgery this week that is expected to sideline him a few weeks.

Indy injuries piling up in ugly fashion. Colts DT Antonio Johnson underwent knee surgery and team gave no timetable for his return.

Dallas Clark expected to need surgery. Different recovery times for different surgeries. Will discuss options with team in Indianapolis.

At one point, it got so bad that a Twitter follower of Schefter's sent him this:

Next you're going to tell us that Peyton Manning has an ingrown toenail. Pls make it stop!!

Schefter's response:

Cannot and will not confirm this. RT

Obviously, Adam was just doing his job yesterday (and doing it quite well, I might add). Still, each Tweet he made felt like the kiss of death.

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