INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 24, 2003) -- Edgerrin James did not practice because of a bad back and the Indianapolis Colts running back could miss the game at New Orleans.
James also was held out of practice on Sept. 22 because of the injury, and Colts coach Tony Dungy said the team was closely watching the two-time NFL rushing champ.
"Hopefully he'll be ready to go, but we'll see how it goes," Dungy said. "He was a little more sore today than we expected. We had hoped that he would be farther along. Right now it's 50-50, but we're hoping that he'll be back and we'll see if it loosens up in the next day or so."
James, who has 263 yards and a touchdown on 72 carries this season, was injured against Jacksonville. He had been listed as probable on the team's injury report, but Dungy said the injury was worse on Sept. 24, and James was downgraded to questionable.
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