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Last updated on Friday, November 28, 2008
(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts are winding up their week of practice today at the team’s Westside-Indianapolis headquarters. They face the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland on Sunday.
The Colts are 7-and-4 and have won their last four games to take control of their own destiny in the AFC wildcard race. The Browns are 4-and-7 and have lost three of their last four games.
Derek Anderson returns as the Browns' starting quarterback this week after Brady Quinn was lost for the season after aggravating the broken index finger on his throwing hand.
Colts Injury Report
Safety Antoine Bethea, linebacker Gary Brackett, center Jeff Saturday and safety Bob Sanders missed their second days of practice this week on Thanksgiving day. Saturday is expected to miss three to four weeks with a calf injury suffered in last Sunday night's win over San Diego.
Head Coach Tony Dungy is hopeful that Sanders will practice today, but it is doubtful that the 2007 defensive player of the year will play Sunday in Cleveland.
Safety Melvin Bullitt, linebacker Tyjuan Hagler and offensive tackle Tony Ugoh were back at practice yesterday after sitting out on Wednesday.
Wide receiver Reggie Wayne was given Thursday off to rest.
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