The injuries mount for the Indianapolis Colts whose season doesn't seem like it could go anymore wrong. In addition to Peyton Manning who is out after neck surgery, regulars Dwight Freeney, Terrence Johnson, Jeff Saturday, Dallas Clark and Joseph Addai either didn't participate or were limited in practice.
At 0-8, you have to wonder when exactly the Colts might rest some normal starters permanently in an effort to improve its draft positioning. Peyton Manning's neck injury suggests that his career may be nearing the end and Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck appears to be the top prize in this year's draft. The Colts could potentially improve themselves in the long run by losing games on the field this season.
Here is a look at the full Indianapolis Colts injury report for November 2.
|QB Peyton Manning (neck)||DNP-O|
|G Joe Reitz (knee)||DNP-O|
|LB Kavell conner (non-injury rest)||DNP|
|TE Brody Eldridge (knee)||DNP|
|DE Dwight Freeney (non-injury rest)||DNP|
|CB Terrence Johnson (hamstring)||DNP|
|C Jeff Saturday (knee)||DNP|
|WR Blair White (knee)||DNP|
|T Anthony Castonzo (ankle)||LP|
|TE Dallas Clark (knee)||LP|
|DT Drake Nevis (back)||LP|
|T Quinn Ojinnaka (shoulder)||LP|
|G Mike Pollak (hamstring)||LP|
|RB Joseph Addai (hamstring)||FP|
|LB Pat Angerer (knee)||FP|
|G Ryan Diem (ankle)||FP|