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Hi, Colts Nation!   :)   Our Indianapolis Colts move on from their disappointing home opening loss to the Cardinals, and also host the visiting and winless Cleveland Browns at LOS, in the Browns first visit in five seasons.


Both Indianapolis and Cleveland are meeting for their 33rd  game all-time  today,  including the four previous postseason meetings where each time split two games .  A win by the Colts would tie the all-time series, including postseason games, each at 17 games apiece.


15 Colts players, including Andrew Luck's right shoulder injury, are unfortunately all listed in the pre-game injury report.


Beth Mowins and former NFL kicker Jay Feely are announcing the live TV game commentary for the NFL On CBS's early regional doubleheader game, seen mostly and limited to Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky, and locally on CBS Channel 4 in  Indianapolis, live on HD.


Sunny and clear skies at 86 degrees, feels like 87 degrees is the local gamecast for the 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 0% precipitation, 41% humidity, and east/southwest winds at 7 miles per hour.


Senior NFL veteran Head Linesman Ed Hochuli wand his officiating crew will monitor the game action on the playing field during the Colts/Browns game.


NO injuries, win your first regular season game in 2017, in front of your Colts faithful, and GO COLTS!!!!!     :coltslogo:    :cheer:   :1colts:  :colts: .  :coltshelmet: .  :coltslogo: . :cheer:  :rock:



Colts Vs. Browns Week 3 Pre Game Press Release And Injury Report:






Colts Vs. Browns Week 3 Live NFL Game Centers, And NFL On CBS Early Regional Doubleheader Map In Brown:










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