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Last updated on Tuesday, October 18, 2011
(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts players have the day off following Sunday’s 27-17 loss to the Bengals in Cincinnati.
The loss dropped to Colts to 0-6, their worst start since 1997.
Head coach Jim Caldwell met with the media on Monday, acknowledging that his team is frustrated by the poor start.
It doesn't get any easier as the Colts will face the Saints on Sunday Night Football this week in new Orleans.
The Saints fell to 4-2 with their 26-20 loss to division rival Tampa Bay on Sunday.
The Colts appear to have escaped Sunday's loss in Cincinnati without any serious injuries to front line players.
The one injury of note occurred when reserve linebacker A.J. Edds was blocked on a Cincinnati punt return and left the game with concussion-like symptoms.
Caldwell said Monday that he had no update on the Greenwood native's status, but did say that he thought Edds would be okay.
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