“It’s nothing,” Addai said after the game. “I was fine. I just got a little dizzy, but I was cool.”
“I just had to catch my breath. I was fine,” Addai said. “If I needed to go back in, I could’ve, I was straight.”
Addai walked slowly to a cooler and sat with his head in a towel while trainers spoke with him. After a few minutes, he paced the far end of the Colts‘ sideline watching the action and later was talking with Adam Vinatieri and Clint Session.
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