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A Quick Peek At The Colts Week Four Injury Report

Here's a quick gander at yesterday's injury report (thanks to Session FF):

Full Participation

  • Joseph Addai (knee)
  • Gary Brackett (back)
  • Charlie Johnson (foot)
  • Dwight Freeney (rested)
  • Jeff Saturday (knee)
  • Clint Session (hamstring)

Limited Participation

  • Austin Collie (heel)
  • Jamey Richard (shoulder)

Did Not Participate

  • Brandon King (hamstring)
  • Pierre Garcon (hamstring)
  • Donald Brown (hamstring)
  • Kavell Conner (foot)

Today's injury report will give us a better indicator of who will and won't play on Sunday. After the jump, we talk more injuries.

If Donald Brown is held out again today, he probably will not suit up on Sunday. It seems hamstring injuries are the near fad on Indy's injury report, and if Brown's injury is serious enough to keep him out for a long period, this likely explains why the Colts worked out Justin Fargas and Ryan Moats the other day.

Garcon is likely out again, meaning more of The Blair White Project. Collie's heel doesn't seem to be serious.

With Charlie now fully participating, we might see the starting offensive line back. I'm not so certain that will help things considering Mike Pollak and Jamey Richard are still considered 'starters' even though both suck, but Charlie is a tough guy and it's always a good thing to see him out there playing. My hope is, at some point, the Colts feel better about Jeff Linkenbach at left tackle and move Charlie to guard. The sooner Pollak and Richard are off this line, the better.

Unless there is a setback, look like Clint Session may return. Phil Wilson at the Indianapolis Star seems to agree. If not, the team has Tyjuan Hagler now, which greatly bolsters their linebacker depth.