Friday's Injury Update

Scout.com reports on the latest injury news for the Indianapolis Colts as they prepare for next weekend's divisional playoff game at the RCA Dome.

— WR Marvin Harrison (knee) did not practice Thursday. Harrison did some conditioning work during the workout. He may be available to play next week in the Colts' AFC divisional playoff game.

— DT Raheem Brock (rib) is expected to be available to play in the postseason. Brock has missed the last three games but has seen some work in practice this week.

— OT Ryan Diem (knee) hopes to return to the starting lineup for the playoffs. Diem was injured against San Diego and underwent arthroscopic surgery on the knee. He has gotten some work during practice this week.

— S Antoine Bethea (knee) appears close to being ready to returning to the starting lineup. Bethea, who got some practice time in last week and this week, did not play in the Colts' final three regular season game. He was hurt at Baltimore.

— WR Anthony Gonzalez (foot) continues to go through rehab and hopes to be available to play in the postseason. Gonzalez was injured in the Colts' next-to-last regular season game with Houston.

— S Matt Giordano (concussion) should be able to play in the postseason for the Colts. Giordano was hurt in the regular-season finale with Tennessee.

— CB Tim Jennings (concussion) could be back and available to play in the playoffs for Indianapolis. Jennings has seen some work in practice this week.

— TE Ben Utecht (shoulder) hopes to be available for the postseason. Utecht was hurt against Houston in the next-to-last regular season game and did not play against Tennessee last week.

— DE Robert Mathis (knees) is expected back in the Colts' starting defensive lineup in the postseason. Mathis missed the team's final three regular season games after being injured at Baltimore.


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