INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -The Indianapolis Colts could lose starting cornerback Marlin Jackson for the rest of the season after he injured his knee in practice.
Coach Tony Dungy said Jackson was injured during Wednesday's workout when he tried to stop. The players were not even in pads when it occurred.
Dungy on Thursday did not provide many details about the injury because Jackson was still getting a second opinion. But Dungy said the initial tests showed Jackson had significant damage to the knee and would miss an extended period, probably the rest of the year.

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