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Colts still list 20 injured players

On Wednesday, 20 players appeared on the Colts’ injury report.  Those same 20 showed up on Thursday’s edition of the mandatory disclosure.

Both days, all of the injured Colts players fully participated in practice.

They are defensive end Raheem Brock (hip), cornerback Melvin Bullitt (shoulder), defensive end Keyunta Dawson (knee), tackle Ryan Diem (elbow), cornerback Aaron Francisco (quadricep), defensive end Dwight Freeney (foot), receiver Pierre Garcon (hand), cornerback Tim Jennings (knee), defensive tackle Antonio Johnson (shoulder), tackle Charlie Johnson (foot), defensive end Robert Mathis (shoulder), defensive tackle Daniel Muir (shoulder), quarterback Curtis Painter (ankle), cornerback Jerraud Powers (hamstring), guard Jamey Richard (shoulder), tight end Gijon Robinson (knee), linebacker Clint Session (knee), tackle Tony Ugoh (knee), kicker Adam Vinatieri (right hip), and receiver Reggie Wayne (knee).

As Rosenthal pointed out earlier in the day, Ravens tackle Jared Gaither returned to practice Thursday, but he’s still hobbling.

All injured Ravens fully participated in practice on Thursday, including Gaither (ankle), safety Cary Williams (thigh), linebacker Tavares Gooden (knee), tight end Todd Heap (back), receiver Derrick Mason (hand), and safety Ed Reed (groin/foot).

Quarterback Joe Flacco is not listed on the report, but it is believed that he could be hampered by a leg injury that seemed to limit him on Sunday against the Patriots.
 

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15 Responses to “Colts still list 20 injured players”
  1. nflhof says: Jan 14, 2010 7:40 PM

    The Colts really should rest their starters Saturday just in case they play next week for the AFC championship game. They need everyone healthy for a big game like that.

  2. virtualplague says: Jan 14, 2010 9:11 PM

    LMAO@ nflhof.
    Awesome.

  3. XLI says: Jan 14, 2010 9:41 PM

    The Colts list anyone who has either received treatment or has any degree of lingering effects from an injury.
    While Florio likely gets a ragin’ wood from repeatedly posting this nonsense, it is meaningless and is merely Paperwork that the NFL urges teams to report.
    Believe it or not this is about Week 25 or so of a long and strenuous season. Many of these injuries don’t just miraculously disappear.
    Despite popular opinion, the Colts only really sat their players in the final week. They played nearly 3 quarters of the game in week 16. Unless somebody invented a Magic Healing Pill, 2 weeks time still doesn’t 100% cure any injury.
    Your qualm would be with the NFL front office which urges teams to push these meaningless Injury Reports and with Florio for repeatedly posting them to get a quick rouse from people.

  4. pft rocks says: Jan 14, 2010 10:08 PM

    @XLI
    who are you kidding. Polian only does what he wants and he is trying to make a point to everyone.
    You are right on one thing, The Colts only rested their player for the Bills game. They quit at the Jets game.
    And if you want to complain about Florio, just stop reading this website.

  5. kirkmall84 says: Jan 14, 2010 10:49 PM

    Maybe the big pussies should have sat guys out the last game instead of trying to reach personal stats and contract incentives. I hope they get their asses kicked for what they did. I used to like the colts, but when personal stats mean more then NFL history…..I hope you get embarassed so bad you hide in shame forever. GO RAVENS

  6. The Real Shuxion says: Jan 14, 2010 11:50 PM

    Go Ravens.
    Beat those turds.

  7. Treima says: Jan 15, 2010 2:32 AM

    And people prod Belichick’s goat for listing too many players with frivolous BS injuries?
    Yeah…like Freeney, Garcon, Mathis, and Wayne aren’t going to play. Uh-huh. Sure, Mr. Polian.

  8. DanRooney says: Jan 15, 2010 2:49 AM

    Already making excuses just in case Manning goes 1 and done for the 8th time in his career

  9. jrwskw says: Jan 15, 2010 5:11 AM

    The rest their players thing was funnier the first time a couple days ago—
    http://www.theonion.com/content/news_briefs/colts_to_rest_starters_for

  10. 8man says: Jan 15, 2010 7:15 AM

    In the last five years, the home teams in this round have been basically .500.
    The Colts are 0-3 with Manning after a bye week and a home playoff game.
    Can they really lose to a 10-7 Ravens team at home? Hmm.

  11. jrwskw says: Jan 15, 2010 8:04 AM

    Hopefully they smoke the Raven’s ass for their 8th consecutive win in that series and then shut up the east coast and that fat ass Ryan by beating the Jets after they upset the Chargers.

  12. blackglass says: Jan 15, 2010 8:12 AM

    It’s a good thing Bill Belichick didn’t do this, or it would be “classless” and “cheating”. I love the consistency on this site!
    And Go Ravens!

  13. emoser says: Jan 15, 2010 9:01 AM

    “LMAO@ nflhof.
    Awesome.”
    No, it’s stolen from the onion.

  14. hizzle1281 says: Jan 15, 2010 9:52 AM

    kirkmall84 says:
    January 14, 2010 10:49 PM
    Maybe the big pussies should have sat guys out the last game instead of trying to reach personal stats and contract incentives. I hope they get their asses kicked for what they did. I used to like the colts, but when personal stats mean more then NFL history…..I hope you get embarassed so bad you hide in shame forever. GO RAVENS
    ————————————————
    ive noticed that too, manning gets the start, wayne and clark each get their 100 rec.
    and Bellichick has no class?
    GO PATS!

  15. DarkHorse81 says: Jan 15, 2010 9:57 AM

    The colts keep tanking games every year they
    secure home field and keep going 1 and done LOL, someone once said the definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing over and over again and expect a different result, and as good as Manning is his record in the playoffs is 7-8 the guy just chokes against 3-4 defensive schemes especially in the playoffs maybe this time might be different we’ll all see come Saturday

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