Colts WR Austin Collie leaves 2nd preseason game after taking shot to head
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Colts WR Austin Collie leaves 2nd preseason game after taking shot to head

After taking a forearm shot to the head from Pittsburgh Steeler LB Larry Foote, Austin Collie @AKCollie_17 left the field and was promptly taken to the locker room. The Indianapolis Star later reported Collie was being evaluated for concussion-like symptoms.

Fantasy Analysis:

Wow, really have to feel bad for Collie if he did indeed suffer another concussion. Collie appeared to be building a solid chemistry with rookie QB Andew Luck and following his three catch, 45 yard and one TD performance in the 1st preseason game was shooting up fantasy football draft boards. I really liked the BYU Cougar's prospects for the upcoming season, but after losing the majority of the 2010 season to concussions owners will be forced to wait out the diagnosis. Nothing is official yet, but the story is worth keeping an eye on as more should be revealed in the coming days.

Indianapolis Star

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