Undrafted rookie offensive lineman Cody Campbell will undergo surgery on Monday to repair the damage of his pectoral muscle tearing loose from a shoulder tendon.
Campbell's injury occurred last Monday during practice prior to the Colts leaving for Japan while engaged with a defender who was trying to push through his block during a pass-blocking drill. His expected recovery time is four months, so the Colts will put him on injured reserve, ending his season.
The good news for Campbell is that during his first few months with the Colts, he made such a positive impression that the Colts want him to stay in Indianapolis, attend team meetings and prepare for 2006.
"Our line coach (Howard Mudd) told me that I'm not going anywhere," Campbell said.
Campbell's Season Is Over
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