Donald Brown Practices, May Play

Donald Brown has been out for the past few games of the Indianapolis Colts. He was out with a really bad hamstring injury. He will be needed on Monday Night if Joseph Addai is unavailable.

“I feel good today,” Brown said of his right hamstring. “If the game was today, I’d play.

“(Hamstrings) are a frustrating, nagging injury. You just have to give it time, and that’s something we don’t have right now.”

Mike Hart and Javarris James look to also have some playing time. Brown is ready to prove himself as he has been out for the pats four-and-a-half weeks.

“I’ve stayed on it mentally and been in every meeting and been out there taking mental reps in practice, so I’m not too far behind,” said Brown, who has missed eight of 22 games over his two seasons with injuries. “I just want to play. I don’t like being on the sidelines.”

Hart has been doing great so far, having 22 carries for 93 yards and one touchdown so far this season. Can Brown produce, too? We’ll see.

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