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Colts' Collie, out since Nov. 21, returns to full work at practice

INDIANAPOLIS -- Colts wide receiver Austin Collie made it through a full practice Wednesday, raising hopes that he'll play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Collie was hurt during the first half of a 26-24 loss Nov. 7 at Philadelphia. In a frightening scene, Collie was motionless on the field for about 10 minutes. He missed the next week's game, then returned Nov. 21 against the New England Patriots and left during the first quarter of the 31-28 defeat with concussion-like symptoms. Collie hasn't played since.

Colts cornerback Kelvin Hayden, who missed last week's game with a neck injury, returned to practice Wednesday. Running back Joseph Addai did limited work.

Left tackle Charlie Johnson sat out with a chest injury, and left guard Jamey Richard missed practice with a hip injury.

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