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Indianapolis Colts receiver Austin Collie, who has a history of concussion problems, took a blow to the head that knocked him out of Sunday's game against the Steelers. He was being evaluated for concussion symptoms after leaving the game, according to NFL.com. Collie was injured when he took forearm to the helmet from the Steelers' Larry Foote as Collie was being brought to ground after attempting to catch a pass over the middle from Andrew Luck. Collie played in 16 games last season, including five starts, and caught 54 passes. Two Colts defensive ends -- Robert Mathis (shoulder strain) and Cory Redding (leg) - also had to leave the game.
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Austin Collie continues to tell teammates and coaches that he's feeling well after being diagnosed with yet another concussion.
They're hoping he will be all right.
But the usually jovial attitude inside the Colts' locker room turned serious whenever the topic turned to Collie and his history of head injuries.
Collie has sustained at least three concussions in less...
On Monday, Colts head coach Chuck Pagano confirmed that wide receiver Austin Collie suffered a concussion in Sunday night’s preseason game against the Steelers.
Now Collie’s agent, Don Yee is reportedly saying his client doesn’t have a concussion.
“It would be premature to conclude anything at this juncture; he is going to go through the normal protocols,”...
The Indianapolis Colts were dealt some bad news on Sunday night, as wide receiver Austin Collie left with what is being called concussion like symptoms.
Collie suffered three concussions in 2010 and was limited to just nine games. Four concussions in the last three years could be a serious issue for the former BYU star.
This is unfortunate news for Collie owners, as he has looked...
Colts receiver Austin Collie has now been diagnosed with at least his third concussion in less than 22 months.
Coach Chuck Pagano says Collie returned to the team complex Monday and ''felt good,'' but the team would not use him again until he was cleared to play by the team's medical staff.
Collie missed seven of the final eight regular-season games in 2010...
Indianapolis Colts receiver Austin Collie will miss the rest of the season with a ruptured patellar tendon in his right knee.
Collie was injured during the second half of the 22-17 loss to Jacksonville after catching a short pass over the middle. Initially, the fear was that Collie may have sustained another concussion. He has been diagnosed with three concussions over the past...
I don’t like to tell athletes they should retire. I wouldn’t want anyone telling me when to quit doing what I love to do, but with Collie it is more about his health than anything else.
He is so sensitive to concussions, is it really worth it to keep playing?
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Austin Collie left Sunday night’s 26-24 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers...
Just like I said in Nate Dunlevy's Inside Slant yesterday, the Colts just can't seem to break the injury curse that has been haunting the souls of Colts' fans for the last ten years. Every year it seems like injuries decimate the team, whether it's a key player (such as Bob Sanders in 2006 or 2008, or Freeney in the 2007/2009 playoffs), and it doesn't look like...
According to Phillip B Wilson of the Indy Star, Colts head coach Chuck Pagano confirmed that wide receiver Austin Collie did suffer a concussion during Sunday night’s preseason game against the Steelers.
#Colts‘ Pagano: WR Austin Collie did suffer concussion. He felt good today. Listed day-to-day.
— Phillip B Wilson (@pwilson24) August 20, 2012
This is the fourth concussion...
Wide receiver Austin Collie suffered a concussion against Pittsburgh, the Colts confirmed Monday. "He came in today, felt really good, was examined by the doctors and basically is going to be day-to-day," coach Chuck Pagano said. "He felt really good coming out of the game this morning after being evaluated today." It's remains a concern for Collie, who...
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Austin Collie left Sunday
night's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first quarter
with a possible concussion.
According to Phil Wilson of the Indianapolis Star on Twitter, Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano said on Monday that it is up to league to decide whether or not Pittsburgh Steelers inside linebacker Larry Foote deserves punishment for his high hit in the head on wide receiver Austin Collie Sunday night.
The play in question happened about mid way through the first quarter...
The Colts traveled to Pittsburgh Sunday night to take on the Steelers in the second preseason game of the year. Before we dissect the performance of Andrew Luck or discuss which players stood out, we need to start with a much more somber topic.
Austin Collie left the game in the first quarter due to concussion like symptoms. The head injury came on a hit that should never have happened...