Every week during the 2011 NFL season, we’ll take a look at the Colts injury situation, as well as that of their upcoming opponent. For Game 2, here is how the M*A*S*H units for the Colts and the Cleveland Browns are shaping up.
- LB Ernie Sims (knee) is out.
- LB Gary Brackett (shoulder) is also out. Oh, my aching defense!
- WR Anthony Gonzalez (hamstring) is, still astoundingly, questionable.
- TE Brody Eldridge (knee) is questionable.
- DE Robert Mathis (chest/neck) is questionable. Nooooooooooo …
- WR Blair White (back) is questionable.
- LB Kavell Conner (foot) is questionable.
- DT Eric Foster (foot) is questionable.
- DE Tyler Brayton (knee) is questionable.
- QB Peyton Manning (neck) is out. Can’t believe I had to write that, again.
- LB Titus Brown (ankle) is out.
- DB Eric Hagg (knee) is out.
- WR Mohamed Massaquoi (hamstring) is probable.
- WR Carlton Mitchell (finger) is probable.
- OL Tony Pashos (ankle) is out.
- DB Dimitri Patterson (ankle) is probable.
- OL Jason Pinkston is battling a knee injury, and his status for Sunday is unclear.
- DB T.J. Ward (hamstring) is probable.
- DB Usama Young (hamstring) is probable.