Indianapolis Colts receiver Austin Collie says he is day to day as he prepares for the opener against the Chicago Bears.
Collie sustained his third diagnosed concussion since the start of the 2010 season in the second preseason game of 2012. He did not return to practice until this week.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano said this week that Collie is "full go." Collie would not say Thursday if he's been fully cleared, saying "there is no definite timetable."
Collie says he is practicing at full speed. He has switched helmets at the recommendation of former teammate Dallas Clark, who has dealt with concussion issues of his own.
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