Indianapolis Colts' receiver Austin Collie done for season after rupturing patella tendon

Ruptured patella tendon requires surgery

INDIANAPOLIS - A knee injury that took Colts receiver Austin Collie out of Sunday's game against Jacksonville will take him out of the season.

The Colts announced at a press conference Monday that Collie's injury -- a ruptured patella tendon -- requires season-ending surgery.

Collie was injured early in the third quarter as he caught a pass from quarterback Andrew Luck.
The Associated Press reported the crowd gasped when Collie stayed on the ground.

The Brigham Young alum has had at least three concussions, and possibly a fourth, over the past two seasons and had not played since sustaining his most recent concussion Aug. 19 at Pittsburgh.

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