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Colts could get two offensive weapons back

Posted on: November 19, 2010 9:40 am
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Posted by Andy BenoitJ. Addai (US Presswire)

Good news for the Indianapolis Colts: running back Joseph Addai and wide receiver Austin Collie both returned to practice Thursday.

Addai has been out the past three games with a shoulder injury; his status for Sunday against the Patriots will be determined at game time. Addai’s presence is critical as, in his absence, it has become painfully apparent that recent first-round pick Donald Brown does not have the necessary quickness or awareness to be a quality NFL runner.

Collie missed the Week 10 contest against the Bengals after being carted off the field in Philadelphia with a concussion the previous week. Before that, he missed a game with a wrist injury. Collie potentially gives Indy the slot target that left the offense when Dallas Clark was lost for the season.


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Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: January 30, 2012 5:49 am
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

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Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: December 13, 2011 8:16 am
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

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Since: Apr 30, 2007
Posted on: December 20, 2010 9:30 am
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

Yesterday was more than ample proof of my claim...



Since: Apr 30, 2007
Posted on: November 22, 2010 9:15 am
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

Let's elaborate further for the clown,

He plays against the Eagles and Bengals...ok, now let's decide his future based on...

TWO GAMES

Again, game, set, match, you lose moronski!




Since: Apr 30, 2007
Posted on: November 22, 2010 9:11 am
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

Um.....the Houston game was 3 weeks ago.  Do YOU watch or follow football?  I've watched the Colts play the Eagles and Bengals since then....have YOU?

Idiot.  Yes, he hurt his hamstring last month, but he's been healthy for the past two games.....and still sucked.  Good lord you're stupid.  Quoting something from OCTOBER?  Wow.  Nice work.  By the way, it's November 19th.  Just FYI.

Congrats on finding your niche....village idiot.
 

You are a complete incompetent clown, plain and simple.  Yeah, lets decide a guys future when he has been hurt with a hammy for 4 1/2 weeks. 

Let me explain it further moronski, a hammy is a lingering injury that tends to..well linger.

You are a complete and utter fool.  Please spell check, cuz that is ALL you got..

To boot, you keep coming back for more.  Get a clue, but being a moron, you have little or no chance.



Since: Jan 8, 2010
Posted on: November 19, 2010 4:32 pm
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

Donald Brown practiced for one of the few times in the past 41/2 weeks Friday. It was great timing for the Indianapolis Colts, who could use a healthy running back with Houston visiting Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.



Um.....the Houston game was 3 weeks ago.  Do YOU watch or follow football?  I've watched the Colts play the Eagles and Bengals since then....have YOU?

Idiot.  Yes, he hurt his hamstring last month, but he's been healthy for the past two games.....and still sucked.  Good lord you're stupid.  Quoting something from OCTOBER?  Wow.  Nice work.  By the way, it's November 19th.  Just FYI.

Congrats on finding your niche....village idiot. 



Since: Apr 30, 2007
Posted on: November 19, 2010 2:19 pm
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

FloydZepplin....

The indictment (note spelling) is perfectly accurate.  Injured?  Since when?  Following the Eagles game in Week 9, Brown stated this when asked about his previous hamstring injury:  "It felt good out there.  The leg feels good."  No reports or updates on this injury have surfaced since.

Not sure if you have more "insider" info than does the player himself, but do a little research before you go spouting off at the mouth.  He's perfectly healthy.  He just sucks.  Coaches don't trust him in the red zone for a reason:  he can't make plays.  You don't see that happen with Addai.

Painful FAIL, dude.

INtoHI,

 

Is that the best you can do?  Laughable....and if you are the author, sad.  The below was posted on 10-30-10 via the Indy Star.  Do you watch or follow football?

Donald Brown practiced for one of the few times in the past 41/2 weeks Friday. It was great timing for the Indianapolis Colts, who could use a healthy running back with Houston visiting Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Do your homework and know what you are talking about, you got called out, yet still post nonsense.

But congrats on your spelling, maybe you have found your niche...as an editor. 




Since: Jan 8, 2010
Posted on: November 19, 2010 2:05 pm
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

FloydZepplin....

The indictment (note spelling) is perfectly accurate.  Injured?  Since when?  Following the Eagles game in Week 9, Brown stated this when asked about his previous hamstring injury:  "It felt good out there.  The leg feels good."  No reports or updates on this injury have surfaced since.

Not sure if you have more "insider" info than does the player himself, but do a little research before you go spouting off at the mouth.  He's perfectly healthy.  He just sucks.  Coaches don't trust him in the red zone for a reason:  he can't make plays.  You don't see that happen with Addai.

Painful FAIL, dude.




Since: Apr 30, 2007
Posted on: November 19, 2010 11:06 am
 

Colts could get two offensive weapons back

Ummm...not sure if the author is aware...but the indicment on Brown needs clarified.

He has been injured....

That info has been painfully made public, but keep up the good work.


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