Keiaho and Morris likely to play for Colts

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  1. TooManyWeapons

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    Dungy just issued a statement saying that LB stud Freddie Keiaho will be playing this Sunday against Houston.

    A start for Rob Morris is less certain, but also likely.

    Should be a good game.
     
  2. TooManyWeapons

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    Ah, now I'm seeing conflicting reports on all but Keiaho on ESPN.com so who knows.

    Morris is listed as out.

    Clark and Utecht both missed practice yesterday - Clark listed as questionable and Utecht listed as probable.
     
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    Not to hope for injuries, but if both Clark and Utecht dont play, we might actually have a chance.

    Gonzales isnt someone Im worried about. Clark scares me
     
  4. TooManyWeapons

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    Clark should. He's heavily underrated. One of the most versatile TEs in the league.

    He does tend to drop a couple passes he should have caught in every game, though.

    I wouldn't write Gonzo off so easily, however.
     
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    Appreciate the updates, but please provide links moving forward. Clark is scary and Gonzo will be a quiet stud for years to come in my opinion.

    http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070920/SPORTS03/709200480

    Keiaho was told to take last week off to give his dislocated right elbow time to heal. He said Wednesday that his range of motion is hugely improved and the pain is much reduced.

    While Keiaho is expected to play Sunday, strong-side linebacker Rob Morris is more uncertain with an abdominal injury.
    "From what I understand, it's one of those things where he's going to wake up and the pain's going to be gone one of these days," coach Tony Dungy said. "It could be tomorrow or it could be Sunday morning or maybe not until next week."

    Morris, offensive tackles Ryan Diem (neck) and Charlie Johnson (knee) and tight ends Dallas Clark (neck) and Ben Utecht (rib) were held out of practice Wednesday.
     
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    Thanks Kaiser.

    What started as an informal "by the way..." became more. Sorry for the lack of references.
     
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    Gonzo made some spectacular catches against the Titans. He's really good.

    And I've always liked Clark.

    That's the problem with this damn team. Too many weapons. Oh, wait... :user:
     
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    Haha... I was going to go with ArtificialCrowdNoise88, but that's too hard to type. :)
     


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    I like Clark but he's scary as a player and what he does for the Colts team.

    I'm in a bad position this week. In my fantasy league I start Wayne, Addai, and Clark. Far as most teams go in my division you can't help but like the Colts. The other two however....are morbid enemies.

    Here's hoping for all the Colts health. If we do beat em... I Want to say we beat them at full strength.
     
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    I suspect that's for Harrison, Dungy, Polian, and Manning to know and for regular folks like you and I to find out. Initially the rationale behind the pick was as something of a proper replacement for Brandon "Kneecap" Stokely (since Ricky Proehl shocked the world and sucked it up during his 1/2 season w/us).

    I wouldn't be surprised though. I don't think Harrison will be retiring any time in the next 2-3 years, but he's already had a long career and we will need younger talent to fill that spot eventually.
     

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