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Colts Notebook: Indy contemplates activating Campbell | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
Looking for more dynamic plays in the passing game, the Colts could activate Parris Campbell from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game.

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The wideout hopes to return for Sunday against the Jaguars and could offer Indianapolis a serious deep threat in the postseason.

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