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Colts running back Frank Gore says he still isn’t over missing the 1,000-yard mark last season.

By SI Wire
May 11, 2016

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Indianapolis Colts running back Frank Gore says he's still disappointed he missed the 1,000-yard rushing mark last season, reports ESPN’s Mike Wells.

“I’m not over it,” Gore said, according to the report. “I’m not going to be over it until I do it. I’ve been blessed that they kept me to get the opportunity to do it again. To go after my goals again, to be the one to get the 100 yards that they didn’t have in years. To get that 1,000-plus yards (in a season).”

Gore, 32, recorded 260 carries for 967 yards and six touchdowns last season, his first with the Colts. Before the 2015 campaign, he had collected eight 1,000-yard seasons since 2006 for the San Francisco 49ers.

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A five-time Pro Bowler, Gore was a third-round selection by the 49ers out of Miami (FL) in the 2005 draft.

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