Despite suffering another concussion on August 19 against the Steelers, Austin Collie is expected to be ready to play when the regular season begins, according to Chuck Pagano. Collie's notable history with concussions is always a concern, but he is recovering well after his recent injury.
Analysis: Collie looks good with rookie quarterback Andrew Luck so far. The two already display good chemistry, and Luck looks for Collie often. However, it is a serious risk drafting Collie too early. He continues to be prone to concussions, and there's no telling how healthy he really is as some critics have even suggested he should retire. If he can stay on the field, Collie could be a solid WR3. Reggie Wayne takes the majority of Collie's targets if he remains on the sideline, but Wayne looks like he takes a backseat if both of the two are healthy.