INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts still don't know whether safety Bob Sanders or running back Joseph Addai will be back in the lineup Thursday night.
Both of them practiced Tuesday, and coach Tony Dungy said he thinks both will play against Jacksonville. But team president Bill Polian later said both are questionable. Addai sat out Sunday's 31-21 victory over Detroit with a right shoulder injury. Sanders has missed four of the last five games with swelling in his right knee.
Colts again will be without middle linebacker Gary Brackett, who has missed the past two games after cracking a bone in his lower right leg. Brackett and defensive end Dwight Freeney were among four players who did not practice today. Freeney typically sits out at least one practice each week to rest.
Colts receiver Marvin Harrison has had an MRI and is questionable for Thursday night's game at Jacksonville.
Harrison apparently hurt his knee against Detroit on Sunday but coach Tony Dungy says he "actually has a hamstring issue." Dungy says the Colts will be cautious if there are any concerns at all.