As the Indianapolis Colts prepare to return to Tampa for the first time since an epic Monday night game eight years ago, perhaps the biggest surprise is that quarterback Kerry Collins, who apparently has a concussion, hasn’t been ruled out for the game.
He’s officially listed as questionable with a head injury. The team has not specifically said that Collins suffered a concussion last Sunday night, but coach Jim Caldwell has suggested that Collins is suffering concussion-like symptoms.
The Colts already have said that Curtis Painter will be the starting quarterback.
Also questionable is defensive end Dwight Freeney (ankle).