Harrison, Ugoh Seem Likely to Return to Colts' Lineup for Big Game Against Patriots
The Indianapolis Colts probably will have some key players back in the lineup for Sunday's mega-game against the New England Patriots.
The Colts seem to expect wide receiver Marvin Harrison to practice this week and play Sunday after sitting out last weekend's triumph over the Carolina Panthers because of an ailing knee. Harrison had played in the Colts' previous game, a Monday night contest at Jacksonville. But his knee was bothering him after that game and Colts Coach Tony Dungy wanted Harrison to rest and try to get closer to being fully healthy.
Rookie left tackle Tony Ugoh also is likely to return after missing the Carolina game because of a shoulder injury. Linebacker Freddy Keiaho was held out last weekend because he was suffering the after-effects of a concussion.
Dungy gave his players Monday and Tuesday off. The Colts are scheduled to practice today.
By Mark Maske |
October 31, 2007; 10:14 AM ET
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