Colts receiver Austin Collie has made it through a full practice, raising hopes he’ll play Sunday against Jacksonville.
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Collie was hurt Nov. 7 during the first half of a game at Philadelphia. The frightening scene left Collie motionless on the field for about 10 minutes. He missed the next week, then returned against New England and left during the first quarter with concussion-like symptoms. Collie hasn’t played since then.
Cornerback Kelvin Hayden, who missed last week’s game with a neck injury, returned to practice Wednesday. Running back Joseph Addai did limited work.
Left tackle Charlie Johnson sat out with a chest injury, while left guard Jamey Richard missed practice with a hip injury.