Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Austin Collie suffered a concussion on a second-quarter hit to his head by Philadelphia Eagles safety Kurt Coleman. He has movement and is alert in the locker room.
Collie lay on the ground for several minutes Sunday while trainers worked on him, then was placed on a stretcher as players from both sidelines stood and watched and the crowd fell silent. At halftime, the Colts announced his condition.
The second-year receiver dropped a pass over the middle after he was hit by safeties Quintin Mikell and Coleman. Although Mikell was penalized for hitting a defenseless receiver, replays showed Coleman made contact with Collie's helmet.
Blair White is next in line if Collie misses extended time.