(Indianapolis, IN) The Indianapolis Colts return to practice today in preparation for Sunday's AFC South showdown against the Tennessee Titans.
The Colts are 3-3 and in the thick of the playoff hunt after beating the Cleveland Browns 17 to 13 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Following Sunday's game at the 3-4 Titans, the Colts will play two winnable games against the Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars before traveling to New England on November 18th.
Interim head coach Bruce Arians said Monday night that running back Donald Brown is trying to get back up to speed and his return for Sunday's contest in Nashville is going to be close.
Brown injured his knee on a successful two-point conversion attempt against the Green Bay Packers and is questionable for Sunday.
The Colts made a roster move Tuesday, adding outside linebacker Monte Simmons to the practice squad.
Simmons was an undrafted free agent from Kent State in 2011 and most recently worked on the practice squad of the Philadelphia Eagles.
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