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Wide receiver Austin Collie was cleared to return from a concussion, his third diagnosed in the NFL, and could be active for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Collie and T.Y. Hilton, a rookie receiver listed behind Reggie Wayne at wide receiver, were able to practice. Hilton injured his shoulder in the preseason and didn't play Week 1. Collie hasn't played since a collision on "Sunday Night Football" with Steelers linebacker Larry Foote on Aug. 21.
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Thanks to Jim Irsay's Twitter account, the Colts have announced the roster move made to fill the leftover roster spot from yesterday's moves.
The new addition is OT Bradley Sowell, a Tampa Bay Buccaneer practice squad member. Undrafted from Ole Miss, Sowell made the original 53-man roster, before waiver claims forced him onto the practice squad.
Sowell is an big, (6-7...
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