Another scary moment for Austin Collie in a career that's had too many of them.
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The Indianapolis Colts wide receiver -- who's had a history of concussion issues -- was forced out of the Colts' preseason matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night after taking a blow to the head in the first quarter.
The Indianapolis Star reported Collie is being evaluated for concussion symptoms. He didn't return to the Colts' 26-24 loss.
Collie was injured while attempting to pull in an Andrew Luck pass over the middle. As he was brought to the ground, he took a forearm to the helmet from Larry Foote.
Collie wasn't the only Colts player to go down early. Indy also lost defensive ends Robert Mathis (shoulder strain) and Cory Redding (leg).
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