--Rookie WR Brad Pyatt continues to shine. Pyatt, an undrafted free agent from Northern Colorado, had three punt returns for 41 yards (13.7 average), including a long return of 21 yards that set up a Colts' scoring drive. He also had one kickoff return of 38 yards that also set up an Indianapolis touchdown drive.
--CB Nick Harper had his third
interception of the season against the Titans. Harper, who had two in the
season-opening win at Cleveland, returned his only interception against
Tennessee 75 yards for a touchdown.
--RB James Mungro dressed
for the Tennessee game and saw time on the Colts' special teams units. Mungro
was cleared to play last week after missing most of the pre-season with bruised
--It's hoped that WR Brandon Stokley will be
available for Indianapolis' game with Jacksonville this week. Stokley has missed
the first two regular season games with a pulled hamstring that he suffered in
the final pre-season game.
--RB Dominic Rhodes might be
available to play this week against the Jaguars. Rhodes has been rehabbing from
knee surgery that he underwent last season. He recently returned to a full
practice regimen but has yet to receive that okay to play in a game.
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