The bye week figures to have given Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett ample time to recover from the concussion-like symptoms he developed after the team’s 20-17 loss to the Steelers last Sunday. Brissett took “the lion’s share” of the snaps during the Colts’ workout Monday and is expected to be under center when the team hosts the Titans on Sunday. “He should be OK,” coach Chuck Pagano said, noting that Brissett “looked good” during a four-period practice session Monday morning. "We should be OK." Still in the concussion protocol, Brissett will have to be cleared by both a team physician and an independent neurological consultant after practicing this week, and cannot exhibit any recurring signs of the concussion.