INDIANAPOLIS – Austin Collie, a wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts who has missed three consecutive games and four of the past five with post-concussion symptoms, sustained another concussion late in the first half of the team's AFC South showdown against Jacksonville Sunday.
Collie did not return to the game.
He sustained the injury on a pass down the middle from Colts quarterback Peyton Manning late in the first half. Collie collided with Jaguars linebacker Daryl Smith and lay motionless for several minutes. Eventually, Collie sat up and was helped to the locker room as the crowd chanted his name.
Collie made a huge impact for the Colts before his injury, catching eight passes for 82 yards and the Colts' first two touchdowns.
Collie had originally sustained a concussion in a Nov. 7 loss to Philadelphia on a scary hit by the Eagles' Kurt Coleman. He missed the following week, then played for part of the first half in a loss to the New England Patriots, a game in which he caught five passes for 60 yards.
He has caught 58 passes for 647 yards and eight touchdowns this season.