INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Colts safety LaRon Landry was a full participant at Wednesday's practice and coaches are hopeful he will play in Saturday night's playoff game at New England.
Landry left last weekend's game with a concussion. Defensive coordinator Greg Manusky said Landry looked "ready to roll."
Landry's return would be a boost for Indy (12-5), which is missing starting cornerback Greg Toler. He left Indy's 45-44 victory over Kansas City after aggravating a groin injury that had slowed him since mid-October. Toler was put on season-ending injured reserve earlier this week.
Backup linebacker Josh McNary also was a full participant with a concussion. Offensive lineman Khaled Holmes was limited with a calf injury. Receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey sat out with a hamstring injury and defensive linemen Aubrayo Franklin rested.