It looks like the Colts will have safety LaRon Landry in New England on Saturday night.
Landry was knocked out of last weekend’s 45-44 victory over the Chiefs after suffering a concussion while making a tackle, but all signs continue to point to his presence on the field this weekend. Landry was a full participant in practice for the second straight day on Thursday, which indicates no continued concussion symptoms and should bring a green light from doctors for the Divisional Round.
The Colts only had one player, wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey is expected to miss a week or so with a hamstring injury, miss practice on Thursday. Defensive tackle Aubrayo Franklin returned to practice after taking a rest day on Wednesday and was a full participant, as was everyone else on the roster other than Heyward-Bey.
That’s a pretty good place to be health-wise at this point in the season and they’ll be looking for contributions from all hands currently on deck to get past the Patriots on Saturday.