Colts Have Harrison, Ugoh on Inactive List
INDIANAPOLIS--The Indianapolis Colts will be at far from full strength when they face the New England Patriots today.
The Colts have wide receiver Marvin Harrison and rookie left tackle Tony Ugoh on their inactive list for the game.
Harrison will be sidelined for the third time in four games because of an ailing left knee. He had lobbied to play in this game, and the Colts' medical staff had cleared him to play. But Coach Tony Dungy said Friday that his dilemma was that the doctors had indicated Harrison might experience knee troubles for the remainder of the season if he played today, whereas another week off might enable the veteran wideout to play the rest of the season without those problems.
Ugoh is to miss a second straight game because of a neck injury.
Patriots tight end Benjamin Watson is not on the inactive list, meaning he's slated to return from an ankle injury.
By Mark Maske |
November 4, 2007; 3:41 PM ET
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