Jacoby Brissett receives clearance to play

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Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett suffered a concussion 12 days ago, against the Steelers. After a bye in Week 11, Brissett wasn’t immediately cleared to play. His removal from the final Week 12 injury report, where he’s not listed as questionable or as doubtful, implies that he has received clearance to play.

Earlier on Friday, coach Chuck Pagano said that Brissett was due to be evaluated by an independent neurologist later in the day.

Brissett’s concussion was diagnosed after the game against the Steelers, even after he’d been cleared to return. The concussion symptoms, per the team, didn’t emerge until after the game.

Brissett took all first-team reps in practice this week, in advance of a Week 12 visit from the Titans.

2 responses to “Jacoby Brissett receives clearance to play

  1. Upset of week colts over titans until mularkey proves he knows how to pass the football early in games we aint doin nothin even with luck and watson out….pathetic

  2. JON ROBINSON ERA says:
    November 24, 2017 at 5:23 pm
    Upset of week colts over titans until mularkey proves he knows how to pass the football early in games we aint doin nothin even with luck and watson out….pathetic

    Robiskie’s play calling is atrocious. Robiskie was interviewed this week and said Mularkey is questioning his play calling but Robiskie continues to call run plays because he believes if they run enough they will eventually succeed. If Mularkey wants to keep his job he should fire Robiskie.

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