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Colts Trying For 2-0 Start Against Dolphins Sunday
Updated September 13, 2013 7:04 AM | Filed under: NFL
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(Indianapolis, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts look for their first 2-0 start since their Super Bowl season of 2009 when they host the Miami Dolphins on Sunday afternoon.

The Horseshoes opened their season with a 21-17 win over the Oakland Raiders at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Dolphins are also 1-0 after knocking off the Browns 23-10 last Sunday in Cleveland. The Colts have won their last four games against Miami.

Four Colts did not practice on Thursday. Tight end Dwayne Allen, linebacker Kavell Conner and kick returner David Reed have not practiced all week.

Allen injured a hip last Sunday against Oakland.

Conner suffered an ankle injury during the preseason while Reed is coming off a concussion suffered in the preseason.

Linebacker Jerrell Freeman also missed yesterday's practice with a quad injury.

Running back Vick Ballard and linebacker Eric Walden were limited in practice - Ballard with a knee injury and Walden with a hamstring injury.



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