INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Colts appear to be getting healthy in time for Saturday's playoff game.
Eleven of the 12 players on Thursday's practice report were listed as full participants. Defensive tackle Fili Moala was the only player who did not practice. He has a knee injury.
It means Indianapolis (11-5) could be as close to full strength as it has been in weeks. Injuries have forced the AFC South champs to use six different starting lineups on the offensive line over the last six weeks. Coach Chuck Pagano has not said who will start against the Chiefs (11-5) on wild-card weekend.
Full participants included Indy's top three cornerbacks, Vontae Davis, Greg Toler and Darius Butler; and three key defensive linemen, Aubrayo Franklin, Ricky Jean Francois and Cory Redding.
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