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Anthony Walker Logs First Defensive Snaps For Colts

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Intro: Rookie inside linebacker Anthony Walker, who fought his way through a nagging hamstring injury for much of the first half of the season, was rewarded with his first defensive snaps of his rookie year on Thursday against the Denver Broncos.

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