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There has been a ton of news about the Indianapolis Colts recently, and I'm here to recap it all.Here's the news from the last few days:- The big news of the week came a few days ago. Darrius Heyward Bey injured his knee, and it seemed pretty bad at the time. After looking at it for a bit, the doctors concluded it wasn't very bad. The good news is that he returned later in the week.- The Colts decided to release Brandon McKinney after he was placed on IR for the 2nd straight season with an injury settlement. So ends his disapointing run with the Colts. The transaction trims the fat at an already crowded nose tackle position. - The Colts have decided to work WR Laurent Robinson. Robinson spent last year with the Jaguars before being placed on IR with a concussion. He spent time in Dallas and St Louis, and in Dallas was one of the more important players on offense. The guy has talent when healthy. - Greg Toler has returned to practice, only to get beat on a 60 yard pass.- ...
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