The Colts and the Titans get together on Thursday night in Tennessee, the first of two games they’ll play against each other over the balance of the year.
On Tuesday, running back Mike Hart (ankle), safety Bob Sanders (biceps), linebacker Clint Session (elbow), tight end Jacob Tamme (knee), and defensive end Dwight Freeney (not injury related) missed practice.
Running back Joseph Addai (neck), receiver Austin Collie (concussion), and linebacker Gary Brackett (toe) practiced on a limited basis.
Fully participating in practice were running back Donald Brown (ankle), tight end Brody Eldridge (rib), cornerback Kelvin Hayden (neck), tackle Charlie Johnson (back), defensive end Ricardo Mathews (back), and receiver Reggie Wayne (knee).
Meanwhile, owner Jim Irsay has announced on his verified Twitter page that several players won’t play on Thursday night: Collie, Session, Addai, Sanders, and Hart.
For the Titans, defensive tackle Tony Brown (knee), defensive tackle Sen’Derrick Marks (ankle), and cornerback Ryan Moulton (hamstring) missed practice on Tuesday. Defensive end Dave Ball (hip) practiced on a limited basis, and defensive end Jacob Ford (knee) and defensive tackle Jason Jones (shoulder) fully participated in practice.
Final injury reports, complete with the questionable, probable, etc. designations, will be released on Wednesday.