The Colts have some injury questions at cornerback heading into this weekend’s game against the Chiefs, but it looks like they’re on track for some positive answers.
Vontae Davis, Greg Toler and Darius Butler were all full participants in practice on Wednesday, a step forward for Davis and Butler from Tuesday and a good sign for their chances of playing against Kansas City. Davis suffered a groin injury last weekend and was called day-to-day by coach Chuck Pagano earlier this week, while Toler missed seven games earlier this season with a groin injury of his own. Toler and Butler, who has a quad injury, played last weekend.
Defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois, who hasn’t played since December 1 because of a foot injury, was also a full participant for Indianapolis.
Defensive end Fili Moala and defensive tackle Aubrayo Franklin both missed practice for the Colts with knee injuries. Wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey was limited by a hamstring injury.