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.