Dwight Freeney Super Bowl Odds Up: He Should Play

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Dan Shapiro
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Concerns over whether Indianapolis Colts Dwight Freeney would play in Sunday's Super Bowl game were mostly quashed on Wednesday after he announced his ankle appeared to be getting better.  Dwight Freeney Super Bowl odds were still available at Sportsbetting.com with Total Solo & Assisted Tackles By Dwight Freeney (Ind) - (Sacks Do Not Count - Defensive+Special Teams Solo+Assisted Tackles Count) listed at OVER/UNDER 2.

The Colts' All-Pro defensive end said he's been walking around barefoot and along the sandy beach outside the team's hotel to strengthen his sprained right ankle. It may be enough to get him into Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.

"Sometimes walking is good because it keeps things fluid," Freeney said Wednesday. "You hear people say he should be in a boot or something. But sometimes it can get stiff, and you've got to get that motion back in the ankle. It gets the blood flowing, so I've been walking around barefoot and in the sand."        

Oddmakers at Sportsbetting.com issued a statement this week suggesting that concerns over Freeney playing could be enough to move the Super Bowl line.  That online sportsbook, however, has held odds at Colts -6.

Freeney is the Colts pro-defensive end and seen as crucial to their chances of winning.


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