FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts are
maintaining that Pro Bowl defensive end Dwight Freeney has a low
ankle sprain, not a torn ligament, and that he is still
questionable for the Super Bowl.
Team spokesman Craig Kelley said Sunday night that Freeney was
being treated in Florida.
Earlier in the day, ESPN.com reported Freeney was unlikely to
play against the New Orleans Saints because of a torn ligament.
Freeney injured his right ankle with about 2 minutes to go in
last week's AFC championship game. He was rushing quarterback Mark
Sanchez when he pulled up and hopped toward the sideline.
Colts coach Jim Caldwell and team president Bill Polian both
said this week they were hopeful Freeney would play against the