WR Austin Collie Done for the Season with Ruptured Patella Tendon

Colts head coach Chuck Pagano announced wide receiver Austin Collie ruptured his patella tendon and is out for the year.

Collie suffered the injury in Sunday’s five-point loss to the Jaguars. The receiver from Brigham Young has had a short career marred with concussion issues. He has had several since 2010, when his season was ended early by head injuries.


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One Response to “WR Austin Collie Done for the Season with Ruptured Patella Tendon”

  1. scott stodghjll says:

    With Collie out and a need for a good wide receiver to compliment Reggie Wayne,would Chad Johnson be a good replacement. Right he appears humblled by his situation amd may take a lower salary just to get on the field and prove himself. With both him and Reggie at the wideouts, may
    drive defences crazy. They may double team both and give Cobt Fleener a wide open shot at the ball!

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