The Colts just released their final injury report of the week heading into Thursday night’s matchup with the Jaguars, but it offered little insight as to whether several key players will take part as they look to clinch a wild card playoff spot.
The Colts listed 12 players as questionable, although all but two were listed as taking part in the full practice session on Wednesday. RB Joseph Addai (shoulder), DB Antoine Bethea (ankle), TE Dallas Clark (hip), DE Dwight Freeney (foot), LB Tyjuan Hagler (knee), OT Charlie Johnson (shin), LB Freddy Keiaho (shoulder), S Bob Sanders (knee), C Jeff Saturday (calf) and OT Tony Ugoh (knee) all took part in practice.
Marvin Harrison (hamstring) and backup RB Chad Simpson (ankle), both questionable, did not practice all week.
A level of uncertainty surrounds two of the Colts biggest stars — Addai and Sanders — after coach Tony Dungy indicated on Tuesday he thought both would play, while team president Bill Polian was less optimistic after practice. Addai sat out last week’s game due to his shoulder injury, while Sanders has missed four of the last five games with swelling in his knee.