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Dallas Clark returns to full practice participation


Good news hasn’t been a regular occurrence for the Colts this year, but they got some on Wednesday when tight end Dallas Clark practiced fully.

Philip Wilson of the Indianapolis Star shared the good news about Clark’s return. He hasn’t been able to take part in a full practice since injuring his fibula against the Falcons on November 6th. With the Colts offense showing some life with Dan Orlovsky at the controls in New England last Sunday, Clark’s return could bode well for their chances of winning a game before the end of the season.

The absence of Peyton Manning this season meant that Clark wasn’t putting up his normal numbers before the injury. He has 28 catches for 287 yards and two touchdowns on the year, but Orlovsky has shown more interest in throwing to the tight ends than Curtis Painter did when Clark was in the lineup.

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2 Responses to “Dallas Clark returns to full practice participation”
  1. dontrunfromme says: Dec 7, 2011 6:40 PM

    Clark Ruined my fantasy team. I wasted a roster spot for like 6 weeks. I think he had one catch. Not much of a blocker that’s for sure

  2. turrrds says: Dec 7, 2011 9:43 PM

    A TE ruined your team? Really? Did you take him in the first round or something? Sounds like you have more than just a TE problem.

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