Colts WR Austin Collie will practice this week and could play in Week Two’s game against the Vikings.
Head coach Chuck Pagano told reporters that doctors cleared Collie earlier this week. The fourth-year receiver was diagnosed with a concussion on Aug. 19 and hasn’t played since.
Collie practiced last week and went through a workout before Indy's Week One loss at Chicago. However, he was inactive in the season-opening loss to the Bears.
Last season, he played in every game with five starts and had 54 catches for 514 yards and one touchdown. In 2010, Collie had eight touchdowns in nine games before being sidelined with concussions. He has had at least three concussions since November 2010.