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Colts Injury Report: Two Starting Offensive Linemen Ruled Out For Steelers Game

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The Indianapolis Colts will bring a banged up team to Heinz Field Sunday night to play the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Ruled out on the Colts Friday injury report are tackle Anthony Castonzo (knee), wide receiver Phillip Dorsett (ankle), linebacker Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), quarterback Andrew Luck (abdomen, kidney), and guard Hugh Thornton (elbow).

With starting offensive linemen Castonzo and Thornton ruled out, Joe Reitz will have have to start at left tackle once again and Lance Louis will more than likely start at right guard. This shuffling will also result in rookie Denzelle Good having to make his second career start at right tackle.

While center Khaled Holmes (fibula) did end the week listed as questionable on the Colts injury report, he failed to practice on Thursday and Friday.

The Colts, however, should get safety Mike Adams (ankle, hamstring) back this week as he ended the week listed as probable. Linebacker Erik Walden (heel) also ended the week listed as probable after practicing fully on Friday.

Linebacker Trent Cole (not injury related), cornerback Vontae Davis (ankle), wide receiver Andre Johnson (not injury related), and linebacker Robert Mathis (not injury related) all missed some practice team this past week but all appear to have been removed from the team’s injury report on Friday.

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