INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis defensive tackle Montae Reagor was hospitalized with a head wound Sunday after his sport-utility vehicle collided with another vehicle and flipped onto its roof while he was en route to the Colts` game against the Washington Redskins, police said. Reagor was declared inactive and the team said he was at Methodist Hospital with two team doctors. Coach Tony Dungy said he knew few details and only learned about the accident as the Colts were starting to warmup. "We don`t have a prognosis yet," he said after the Colts` 36-22 victory over Washington. "About all we know is that he was in an automobile accident and that he`s in the hospital, and he`s alert. He talked to his mom, he`s talked to our doctors here. Other than that I`m not really sure where he is at." Reagor was driving eastbound near the Colts` practice facility on the west side of Indianapolis when a car turned into his path, striking the driver`s side of Reagor`s SUV, Indiana State Police Sgt. Jon Smithers said. The impact pushed the SUV into the curb and caused it to flip, leaving Reagor with a head wound and his female companion with minor bumps and bruises, Smithers said. "He had a pretty serious laceration on the top of his head," Smithers said. The driver of the other vehicle, Wuya McCarthy, was cited for failure to yield right of way. Dungy said the late afternoon start, instead of the usual 1 p.m. kickoff, altered the Colts` schedule. The newest Colt, defensive tackle Anthony McFarland, replaced Reagor in the starting lineup and made a tackle on his first play, then helped stop another run on the game`s second play.
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