The Indianapolis Colts announced that five players have been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots.
In addition to safety Bob Sanders, who was previously ruled out with a biceps injury, the Colts downgraded running backs Joseph Addai (neck) and Mike Hart (knee), linebackers Gary Brackett (toe) and Clint Session (elbow), and cornerback Justin Tryon (foot).
All five had been listed as “questionable” in Friday’s injury report, which has been updated below:
Out: RB Joseph Addai (neck), LB Gary Brackett (toe), RB Mike Hart (knee), LB Clint Session (elbow), S Bob Sanders (biceps), CB Justin Tryon (foot)
Questionable: WR Austin Collie (concussion), TE Brody Eldridge (rib), S Aaron Francisco (rib), CB Kelvin Hayden (neck), WR Reggie Wayne (knee), WR Blair White (shoulder)
Questionable: G Stephen Neal (shoulder), G Rich Orhnberger (flu), S Jarrad Page (calf), DL Myron Pryor (back), WR Brandon Tate (flu), RB Fred Taylor (toe), CB Jonathan Wilhite (hip)
Probable: QB Tom Brady (foot, right shoulder)