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#15 : October 03, 2007, 05:17:55 PM

Another link to Dungy's comments today:

http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071003/LOCAL/71003050

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#16 : October 03, 2007, 05:31:15 PM

As the great Lee Corso would say... Not so fast! Remember that the Colts are going into their bye week after they play us and who is up after the bye? J-Ville, a divisional foe. Not to say that Dungy does not want this game because I am sure he wants to win all games but honestly what is more important? Game against a non conference foe or a divisonal foe?

You can make the argument that by playing his semi-hurt players that they will have adequate time to heal before the J-Ville game but I think given Dungy's conservative nature he just  may err on the side of caution. It would not surprise that all 4 players are held out of this contest.

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#17 : October 03, 2007, 05:37:01 PM

Joseph Addai, Ind RB
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News: Addai (shoulder) will not practice on Wednesday, but head coach Tony Dungy remains hopefully he can practice on Friday and play against Tampa Bay, the WISH TV Channel 8 in Indianapolis reports.

Spin: It's going to be hard to get a read on Addai's status against Tampa Bay until later in the week. While the injury appeared minor since the coaching staff said he could have played late in last week's game if the score was close, it's a cause for concern that he's missing practice.

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#18 : October 03, 2007, 05:50:04 PM

gimpy harrison, addai and sanders. loves it. ;D

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#19 : October 04, 2007, 04:17:02 PM

I can see the headlines now:  Colts injuries cause devasting upset to the Buccaneers.  Once again, no one will harp on how good the Bucs are, just how beat up the poor Colts are...

I'll take the win. 


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#20 : October 04, 2007, 05:02:45 PM

Addai, Harrison, and Sanders didn't practice today, if they don't practice tomorrow, they probably won't play.

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#21 : October 04, 2007, 05:20:06 PM

According to the AP, Dungy is making contingency plans that Harrison, Addai, and Sanders will not play Sunday. Although they are still not officially ruled out.

OLB Rob Morris was placed on injured reserve on Wendesday.

I personally do not think those three will play. Indy has a bye next week, a bye they very much need right now. And a loss to an NFC team doesn't mean all too much in the grand scheme of things for an AFC team. So if they are questionable or doubtful...they wont play in my opinion.

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#22 : October 04, 2007, 05:47:05 PM



Just watched the youtube video on the blog of the writers talking about last game/this game for the Colts.  One of them says short of Harrison having a severed leg, he'll play!  http://blogs.indystar.com/philb/ -(video is down a post or 2 from the top)

It's funny what a SB win will do for a coach.  Now, the Colts are unbeatable no matter who plays/doesn't play for them!  (in their writers' eyes - funny it's the other extreme with the Indy beat writers). 

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#23 : October 04, 2007, 05:48:46 PM



....saw this on there, too:
* No real updates on injuries, although I saw Bob Sanders today and needled him about how he "was making me worried." "You don't need to," he said. "I'm all right." I honestly don't know what that means, since nobody has offered anything definitive on Sanders, who watched practice from the sideline. Joseph Addai also watched. No sign of Marvin Harrison.

One update that slipped through the radar until the injury report came out was weak-side linebacker Freddy Keiaho has a concussion, and he's not practicing. It's another example of if we don't ask, we won't be told about an injury. So the Colts could be back to lining up with Rocky Boiman on the left and Tyjuan Hagler on the right, as was the case at Tennessee. No sign of Keiaho either day, too, which usually means a guy probably isn't going to play. Colts coach Tony Dungy said Friday's practice would give more of an indication of who can play and who can't. As of now, I'm expecting Addai, but am unsure about everybody else. I would estimate the rest of the guys at no better than 50-50.



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#24 : October 04, 2007, 06:41:36 PM

NFL Network insider Adam Schefter, appearing live on "Point After," told viewers he'd be very surprised if Harrison missed a game due to injury.

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#25 : October 04, 2007, 06:47:26 PM

He a injured player plays then attack the injury with brutal intentions. 

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#26 : October 05, 2007, 01:13:47 PM

A Colts beat writer quoted Bob Sanders at yesterday's practice as saying that he shouldn't worry about his injury, basically saying that he was alright.  It remains to be seen if the coaches and medical staff there agree with his own view of the injury.

http://blogs.indystar.com/philb/

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#27 : October 05, 2007, 01:17:46 PM

A Colts beat writer quoted Bob Sanders at yesterday's practice as saying that he shouldn't worry about his injury, basically saying that he was alright.  It remains to be seen if the coaches and medical staff there agree with his own view of the injury.

Well, that's not exactly what he said. Also, interesting to note from the same blog that it appears that the Colts will be short TWO starting LB's in this game, Morris and Freddy Keiaho.

Can you say: time for a big game from Alex Smith?

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#28 : October 05, 2007, 01:19:19 PM

A Colts beat writer quoted Bob Sanders at yesterday's practice as saying that he shouldn't worry about his injury, basically saying that he was alright. It remains to be seen if the coaches and medical staff there agree with his own view of the injury.

Well, that's not exactly what he said. Also, interesting to note from the same blog that it appears that the Colts will be short TWO starting LB's in this game, Morris and Freddy Keiaho.

Can you say: time for a big game from Alex Smith?
"Big time game for Alex Smith."


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#29 : October 05, 2007, 01:21:02 PM

A Colts beat writer quoted Bob Sanders at yesterday's practice as saying that he shouldn't worry about his injury, basically saying that he was alright. It remains to be seen if the coaches and medical staff there agree with his own view of the injury.

Well, that's not exactly what he said. Also, interesting to note from the same blog that it appears that the Colts will be short TWO starting LB's in this game, Morris and Freddy Keiaho.

Can you say: time for a big game from Alex Smith?

Pretty obvious that dopeybucsfan is not a Bucs fan.  Dopey you can go to the bucs.com message board.  They are much more your speed.
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