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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Fresh off last week’s road win over AFC South rival Tennessee, the Indianapolis Colts are back at practice with another divisional showdown coming up.
The Colts will host division-leading Jacksonville on Sunday.
There is a chance that Indianapolis could get a few of its injured players back for the game. Linebacker Clint Session, who has not played since Nov. 1 after suffering a fractured right forearm and a dislocated right elbow, could see some practice time this week.
Cornerback Kelvin Hayden expects to play against Jacksonville after missing the Titans game with a pinched nerve in his neck. Coaches said Monday there has been no decision concerning the availability of running back Joseph Addai (neck) and wide receiver Austin Collie (concussion).
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