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Austin Collie feels great but will be a game-time decision according to Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star: Collie was cleared to practice last week and on Monday did so but when concussion-related symptoms returned at mid-week, he was shut down again until this week, when he was a full practice participant Wednesday through today. Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Collie will be monitored and will see the doctors tomorrow and a course of action will be determined from there. The coach said pretty much the same thing about tackle Winston Justice, who missed the Minnesota game on Sunday because of a concussion but has felt well and practiced all this week.
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