SUMMARY: Though still listed on the injury report as questionable from a concussion against the Ravens, it appears DE Travis LaBoy will play Sunday against the Colts. Yesterday, the NFL approved the use of a tinted visor to help with light sensitivity issues associated with a concussion. "It really helps with the light," LaBoy said. "It's like wearing sunglasses. You're not squinting so much. (The light) is not as intense. It really kind of calms everything." In other injury news, WR David Givens had surgery on Tuesday to repair the torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Coach Jeff Fisher speculated that Givens may be able to return by the end of the 2007 training camp. What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.