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PFW in Progress Recap 10/14: Patriots - Colts Preview

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We're breaking down the top segments from Wednesday's edition of the PFW in Progress radio show so you don't miss a thing. Hit play on the podcast above and forward to the segments indicated below to listen.

0:02:00 -Fred opened today's PFW in Progress as a solo act with the rest of the crew in the Patriots locker room for the usual Wednesday media availability. Fred opened the show with his thoughts on Colts week.

0:08:00 -Fred touched on Gregg Doyel's piece in the Indianapolis Star in which he called the Patriots cheaters.

0:15:00 -The conversation turned to the injury concerns for the Colts this week and whether or not starting quarterback Andrew Luck will start on Sunday.

0:30:00 -Paul Perillo and Andy Hart joined the show fresh from the Patriots locker room with a report on who spoke to the media.

0:40:00 -Fred posed a question to Andy and Paul: How have the Colts improved from last year?

0:48:00 -The news of the day broke with the Boston Globe reporting that Patriots left tackle Nate Solder will miss the remainder of the season with a torn bicep muscle.

1:09:00 -Erik Scalavino arrived on the show with a full report from Patriots practice including the attendance report.

1:23:00 -Mike Giardi of CSNNE reported the play during which Solder sustained the injury. Andy Hart posed the question would you rather have Sebastain Vollmer move from Right Tackle to Left Tackle? Or would you have Marcus Cannon play Left Tackle and leave Vollmer on the right side?

1:37:00 -PFW in Progress favorite Chris with a Tian phoned in via the Ace Ticket Hot-Line and wanted an update on the status of injured Patriots linebacker Dont'a Hightower.

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