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The New England Patriots receive some good news on the injury front while pondering Vince Wilfork's future in today's News Blitz.

There is good news this week heading into Sunday's showdown as Indianapolis as running back Sammy Morrissays his knee injury will not threaten the rest of his season.

“I’ll be back ASAP,” Morris told the Boston Globe.

Also in the Globe, nose tackle Vince Wilforkhas been summoned by commissioner Roger Goodell to discuss a possible suspension in the aftermath of an alleged hit two weeks ago against Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler.

With a big game against the Colts looming on the horizon, much of the talk has revolved around Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning, who has struggled this season as he continues to recover from offseason knee surgery. The Patriots aren't convinced he's injured.

Although the Colts are struggling at 3-4, the Patriots refuse to take them lightly.

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The *Indianapolis Star *takes a look at the Colts' struggling marquee players while also reporting on the sudden health of the offensive line.

The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette says injured Colts Bob Sanders and Joseph Addai could return Sunday and make an immediate impact.

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