Blair White, Jerraud Powers Look to Play Against Bengals This Sunday


With Terrell Owens and Chad OchoCinco coming to town, the Indianapolis Colts secondary better know what is coming to them. Jerraud Powers knows that. Powers said he is ready to play, according to the Indianapolis Star.

“I should play this week. I’ll be practicing,” Powers said Wednesday.

Jim Caldwell said he was very cautious with Powers. The Colts currently stand at 5-3 as they host the 2-6 disappointing Cincinnati Bengals. Powers participated in all the drills this week for the first time since his injury versus the Washington Redskins back in the middle of October.

Owens currently has 55 catches for about 800 yards and seven touchdowns. Powers knows what is coming to him.

“I think I’ll probably see T.O. a lot,” Powers said. “Him being an Alabama native and me being an Alabama native, it will be interesting.”

Clint Session Is Day-To-Day

We are unsure if Clint Session will be playing this Sunday. He suffered from a very painful elbow injury against the Houston Texans about two weeks ago in Indy’s 30-17 Monday Night win.

“I couldn’t even explain the pain. It was excruciating pain,” said Session, the Colts’ biggest hitter. “But it’s football; things happen. I was able to have a little injury, go in there, keep going, keep playing. It didn’t stop me too much.

“Sometimes that adrenaline gets you in trouble.”

Session says he hopes to play, but it could all just be major optimism.

“Day by day,” he said.

Blair White Questionable

From NBC Sports:

"Blair White (shoulder, questionable) missed Colts practice for a second straight day Friday.White was a late addition to the injury report Thursday, indicating that he got hurt in Wednesday’s practice. It appears he’ll be a game-time decision at best for Sunday’s game against Cincinnati. Fellow undrafted rookie Brandon James, a third-down back and return specialist at Florida, is directly behind White on the depth chart at slot receiver. Phil Wilson of the Indianapolis Star, however, believes that Jacob Tamme will dominate snaps in the slot if White can’t play. Bengals-Colts has a 1:00ET start, so at least we’ll know White’s status early. For now, he shouldn’t be in fantasy lineups."