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Colts' Patrick Robinson Cleared For Sunday Play
Updated September 30, 2016 6:45 AM
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(Indianapolis, IN) - Before boarding their flight to London on Thursday evening, the Indianapolis Colts received both good and bad news in-terms of injuries.

Cornerback Patrick Robinson, who missed the last two weeks with a concussion, passed the NFL concussion protocol and will be cleared for action on Sunday. This will mark the first time the Colts projected defensive starting lineup will all be available for play in 2016.

However, the same cannot be said on the offensive side of the ball, especially the offensive line. Guard Jonotthan Harrison had an emergency appendectomy and was ruled out for the game this week, and Tackle Joe Reitz was limited with a back injury during Thursday's practice. He is questionable to play on Sunday as well.

The Colts will attempt to draw even on the year at 2-and-2 as they face an AFC South divisional rival, Jacksonville, in Wembley Stadium on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

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