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Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The black t-shirts the Colts wore before the game with '#BreakingBarriers' on the front and 'It Takes All Of Us' on the back is part of an initiative by them to enforce 'winning the right way, breaking barriers, uniting, inspiring people.' "We really do believe that as a team and as a community, we can make a huge impact out there and break a lot of barriers, so that's what the t-shirts were all about," coach Frank Reich said.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Zack Martin admitted he breathed a sigh of relief after an MRI performed on his left knee showed no ligament damage. “Obviously you never want to be out, but if you had to pick, this would be the time of the year,” Martin said. “As long as I'm ready to roll for Week 1, it'll be good.” Martin wore a sleeve on his knee as he watched Monday's practice. He said the 35 snaps he received in two preseason games will be enough to have him ready for Carolina.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys will work out safety Jeron Johnson on Tuesday, who was out of football for most of last season. Johnson played for passing game coordinator Kris Richard in Seattle.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Luck's second preseason game has come to an end. And it definitely wasn't as smooth as his first one. Playing without Pro Bowl receiver T.Y. Hilton (shoulder) and starting left tackle Anthony Castonzo (hamstring), Luck finished 6-of-13 for 50 yards while playing five series against Baltimore. He also threw an interception where he forced a pass in the red zone and was sacked twice. Barring a change, Luck is expected to play until at least halftime in the third preseason game against San Francisco on Saturday.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Adam Vinatieri might be able to play until he's 50 years old. The 45-year-old ageless kicker just nailed a 57-yard field. Vinatieri, who will likely become the NFL's all-time points leader at some point this season, will be 46 years old in December.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Not sure who Andrew Luck was trying to throw the ball to when he broke the pocket, but he forced a pass that Ravens defensive back Anthony Levine was able to deflect to himself and intercept. Bad decision by Luck to try to force that pass. Throw the ball away and take the 3 points.