Colts win against Broncos costly

Indianapolis Colts linebacker Rob Morris (94) is greeted by linebacker Freddie Keiaho (54) after being injured on a play during the second quarter of the Denver-Indianapolis game, won by Indianapolis, 38-20. 

The Indianapolis Colts, as they tend to do on most home games, put the crowd through an emotional roller-coaster ride.  Sunday was no different as they rallied from a 10-0 first quarter lead to defeat the Denver Broncos 38-20.  But the team may have paid a price for the victory.

The cost will not be determined until probably today when the Colts’ medical staff and head coach meet to determine the severity of the injuries to several Colts players.  The players in question are: wide receiver Marvin Harrison (knee), running back Joseph Addai, linebacker Rob Morris (left knee), safety Bob Sanders (ribs) and tight end Ben Utecht (unspecified).

Harrison left the game when Broncos LB D.J. Williams rolled over his legs from behind while Harrison was blocking for Addai.  Addai was finished very early in the fourth quarter when he bruised his shoulder.  Perhaps the most serious injury involved Morris.  He was taken off the field on a cart and later was on crutches, perhaps ending his season. 


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