With safety Mike Doss out for the season, the return of Bob Sanders is even more important to the Indianapolis Colts this week. And while he put in a full-speed workout on Wednesday, he was resting his knee during Thursday's practice due to some residual soreness. But he's confident that he'll be starting against Denver on Sunday. Sanders had arthroscopic surgery on his knee following Week Two action against the Texans.
While the team's official injury report only declares DT Montae Reagor (facial lacerations from a car accident) as out, head coach Tony Dungy was quoted as saying the slot wide receiver Brandon Stokley (ankle) and special teams linebacker Keith O'Neil (ankle) will both miss Sunday's contest.
There was no change to Denver's list since Wednesday. The only real question mark at this point is whether or not starting right defensive tackle Gerard Warren (toe) will be able to play.
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