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Finally some news on Ugoh (& other injuries)

A story in the Star today finally sheds a little light on what happened to Tony Ugoh Monday night:

Backup Charlie Johnson played most of the second half after Colts left tackle Tony Ugoh suffered a shoulder injury, but Dungy said Tuesday that he thinks Ugoh "will be fine."

So it wasn't the shore foot that they speculated on the broadcast Monday night. Hopefully as Dungy said he'll be fine for Sunday vs. the Panthers.

From the same story:

Dungy also said wide receiver Marvin Harrison told him near the end of the game that he felt as good as at the start. Harrison missed the Tampa Bay game with a bruised left knee and the Colts limited his snaps at Jacksonville.
Keith was hit in the head when his helmet came off during the first half, but he returned to the game. Safety Matt Giordano did not return after suffering a strained hamstring on the final kickoff.

Dungy reported no other injuries.

Looks like we came out of the game okay. Hopefully Giordano is okay as he's a beast on special teams and we need him there to spell Sanders and keep him healthy for the playoffs.

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