Many of the Indianapolis Colts’ playmakers could be ruled out in Sunday’s match-up against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Running back Donald Brown was out all week with a knee injury, and is considered questionable. Joseph Addai is dealing with a hamstring injury, but was able to make it to the Wednesday and Thursday practices despite missing Friday’s. Addai is questionable, too.
Austin Collie, who is leading the league in receiving yards, could be questionable as well after dealing with a sore heel. Collie was coming off a game where he had 171 yards along with two touchdowns in a 27-13 win over the Denver Broncos. Pierre Garcon, who is ruled out for last week, hasn’t practiced all week with a bad hamstring injury.
Other players that are listed as questionable are left tackle Charlie Johnson who has an injured foot, cornerback Brandon King with a hamstring, guard Jamey Richard with a shoulder injury, and outside linebacker Clint Session with a hamstring.
Kavell Conner will be ruled out with a foot injury. Conner was Session’s replacement, but now is out. The Colts picked up Tyjuan Hagler, who will help replace him and the fill the void at the outside linebacker spot.
Wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez is also out with an ankle injury and strong safety Bob Sanders is out with a biceps injury.
The Colts hope to get their banged-up squad ready to go as they try to go 3-1 against the 1-2 Jags.