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QB Hoyer to make 1st start with Colts; Brissett ruled out

FOX Sports Saturday, 9 November 2019 ()
QB Hoyer to make 1st start with Colts; Brissett ruled outThe Indianapolis Colts have ruled out starting quarterback Jacoby Brissett for Sunday's game against Miami
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