Collie was initially hit by Eagles safety Quintin Mikell, who delivered a legal hit with his shoulder to the chest area of Collie. That contact propelled Collie toward Coleman, causing Coleman to make helmet-to-helmet contact with Collie, who crumpled to the turf with his arms frozen in the air.
Because the helmet-to-helmet contact was a result of Collie being driven toward Coleman by Mikell's legal hit, the NFL will not impose a fine on Coleman.
Collie was able to return on the team flight Sunday to Indianapolis, and coach Jim Caldwell said Collie appeared to escape serious injury.
The Colts also ruled out safety Bob Sanders, who has missed all but one game with a torn biceps.