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Arians Believes Colts Will Be "Ready To Roll" Sunday

Last updated on Thursday, October 25, 2012

(Indianapolis, IN) Bruce Arians was optimistic yesterday that the 3-3 Indianapolis Colts were getting healthier in front of Sunday’s division game against the Tennessee Titans.

The Colts offensive coordinator turned interim head coach said that his team was "ready to roll" heading into Wednesday's practice with a couple of exceptions.

Defensive tackle Fili Moala and corner Darius Butler remained on the sidelined, and linebackers Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney were listed as non-participants on the Colts injury report.

Running back Donald Brown practiced in a limited capacity after missing two games with a knee injury, and tackle Winston Justice also saw limited reps.

Defensive end Corey Redding was a full-go after missing a game with an injured knee and told media yesterday that he would play against the 3-4 Titans.

Andrew Luck appears to have tweaked a knee according to the Colts injury report, but the team made no mention of it during talks with the press.

Luck was categorized as a full participant in practice and could be experiencing some rawness in his knee after taking a number of hits during his rookie season.

The Colts and Titans kickoff Sunday in Nashville at 1:00.

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