Indianapolis Colts Injury Report – Game 1 (at Houston Texans)

A healthy Austin Collie would be a welcome sight on Sunday.

Every week during the 2011 NFL season, we’ll take a look at the Colts injury situation, as well as that of their upcoming opponent.   For Game 1, here is how the M*A*S*H units for the Colts and the Houtson Texans are shaping up.

Colts

  • S Antoine Bethea (hamstring) is probable.
  • LB Gary Brackett (infantectomy by proxy) is listed as questionable, but it’s hard to seem him missing the game since he’s not injured.
  • WR Austin Collie (foot) is probable.   Yay!
  • WR Anthony Gonzalez (hamstring) is, astoundingly, questionable.
  • WR Blair White (back) is questionable, though it’s good to see him off the PUP.
  • QB Peyton Manning (neck) is out.   Can’t believe I had to write that.
Texans
  • CB Roc Carmichael (shoulder) is questionable.
  • RB Arian Foster (hamstring) is questionable, but, unfortunately, Ben Tate is not.
  • DT Earl Mitchell (knee) is probable.
  • CB Glover Quin (head … lol) is probable.
  • LB Brooks Reed (wrist) is probable.
  • LB DeMeco Ryans (elbow and ankle) is probably.
  • LB Mario Williams (achilles’ tendon, groin, position dysmorphia) is probable.

 

Topics: Houston-texans, Indianapolis-colts, Injuries, Peyton-manning

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