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The Indianapolis Colts have released their injury report for Friday
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 Eric Ebron Jersey , their third and final of the week as they prepare to host the Tennessee Titans:Nine Colts didn’t participate on Friday, after only four the day before. Tight end Ryan Hewitt (ankle), tight end Erik Swoope (knee) and cornerback D.J. Killings (ankle) were all ruled out for Sunday’s contest. Swoope didn’t practice all week, Hewitt missed two of the three practices and Killings was limited on Thursday before missing today’s practice.Safety Malik Hooker (hip/illness) missed all three practices this week, but has been listed as questionable ahead of the divisional matchup this weekend. The other questionable, cornerback Nate Hairston, practiced only on Wednesday before missing the last two days with ankle issues.Newcomers to the injury report that didn’t practice Friday include center Ryan Kelly (knee) and outside linebacker Darius Leonard (hamstring). They were joined on the sideline by guard Quenton Nelson (back) and safety Clayton Geathers. Nelson was a full participant in practice on both Wednesday and Thursday, while Geathers missed both of Wednesday and Friday’s practices.For the second day in a row Matt Slauson Color Rush Jersey , running back Marlon Mack (not injury related), cornerback Chris Milton (not injury related) and linebacker Anthony Walker (neck) were full participants, after missing Wednesday’s practice. Safety Mike Mitchell was also a full participant on Friday, after missing Wednesday and being limited on Thursday.Defensive end Kemoko Turay was on the injury report all week with neck concerns, but was a full participant throughout, along with offensive lineman Denzelle Good (not injury related). Offensive lineman Le’Raven Clark also returned to practice on Friday as a full participant after missing Thursday for something that was not injury related. It is nearly upon us. The Colts will face their toughest test tomorrow in the form of a road meeting against the number 1 seeded Kansas City Chiefs. At 4:35 tomorrow, all the prognosticating, chest thumping https://www.coltsfanshop.com/Anthony-Walker-Jersey , calculating, and rationalizing stops. Two teams will take the field and we’ll get a chance to put all the hypotheticals to bed. The Colts enter as the hottest team in the NFL and probably the most well balanced. They are playing efficient team football, are running the ball really well, and have had a defense that has gotten better and better in recent weeks at every level. They’ll match up against a majorly talented offense in the Chiefs that has scored virtually at will all season long. It will be by far the toughest matchup for Matt Eberflus and this young defense. If they can get a few stops and the offense does its job against a defense they should be able to move the ball well against, the game should be a fun one. Here is how you can watch:Game Time4:35 pm ET Saturday January 12, 2019LocationArrowhead Stadium – Kansas City, MOTV ChannelNBC - Al Michaels (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (color) https://www.coltsfanshop.com , Michele Tafoya (sideline)RadioWFNI (1070 The Fan) and WLHK (HANK FM) — Matt Taylor (play-by-play), Jim Sorgi (color) and Caroline Cann (sideline)Westwood One – Ryan Radtke (play-by-play), Trent Green (color), Laura Okmin (sideline)Weather3 to 6 inches of snow is forecast for the area beginning in the evening Friday and continuing into Saturday afternoon. Temperatures Saturday will be in the low to mid 30s with 10 to 15 mph wind expected.Referee AssignmentJohn Hussey“Enemy” BlogArrowhead PrideTwitterFollow @StampedeBlue for the complete Colts coverage.FacebookLike Stampede Blue on Facebook!PodcastsApple Podcasts | Stitcher | Art 19 | SB Colts Cast YT Channel