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Last updated on Monday, January 7, 2008
(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts now know who they will play in Sunday’s divisional round of the AFC playoffs.
The San Diego Chargers will come to the RCA Dome to face the defending Super Bowl champions in round two. The Chargers beat the Colts 23-20 in week ten in San Diego as Peyton Manning threw a career-high six interceptions in the loss.
The last time the Chargers were at the RCA Dome, they handed the horseshoes their first loss of the 2005 season following the Colts' 13-and-0 start.
The Colts return to work today after taking three days off. The players are scheduled for a day of meetings with a brief workout late this afternoon. They will take Tuesday off as normal before returning for full-scale practices on Wednesday.
Head Coach Tony Dungy said last week that he expects all of the Colts' injured players to be ready for Sunday's game with the Chargers.
Receiver Marvin Harrison, who has missed the horseshoes' last ten games practiced last Wednesday.
Seven other players, including defensive linemen Robert Mathis and Raheem Brock, offensive tackle Ryan Diem and rookie receiver Anthony Gonzalez, missed the regular season finale against Tennessee.
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