Joseph Addai, Gary Brackett Among Injured Colts

Indianapolis Colts’ running back Joseph Addai and middle linebacker Gary Brackett both sat out of today’s practice due to injury.

They were among with five other Indy starters, including Dwight Freeney, who sat out of Wednesday’s practice. Freeny took his customary day of rest today. The Colts are just coming off a 38-14 win over the New York Giants.

Addai was out with a knee injury, according to the Associated Press. Brackett missed practice due to his back. Clint Session, who was replaced by Kavell Conner in the Giants’ game due to injury, sat out with a hamstring injury. Left tackle Charlie Johnson was also out, with his sprained right foot.

Wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez was out with an ankle injury, linebacker and special teams leader Ramon Humber was out with a hand injury, and strong safety Bob Sanders was out with a biceps injury. These three are already ruled out for this Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.

Wide receiver Pierre Garcon had a hamstring and center Jeff Saturday had knee surgery, but were able to practice. However, their work was limited.

The Colts are really banged up. Let’s hope they are ready to go in the Mile-High city.


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