— S Bob Sanders (knee) is continuing to rehab and might be able to return to the starting lineup against New England this week. Sanders suffered a high right ankle sprain against Minnesota on Sept. 14 and subsequently underwent arthroscopic surgery on his knee to clean out old scar tissue.
— TE/HB Gijon Robinson (ankle) took part in workouts last week and appears to be back close to 100 percent. Robinson was sidelined for the Green Bay game after being injured against Baltimore two weeks ago.
— RB Joseph Addai (hamstring) will not play at Tennessee Monday night. Addai's rehab has been going relatively well and he hopes to be back in time for the Colts' Sunday night game with New England this week.
— CB Kelvin Hayden (knee) will be held out of the Titans game on Monday night. Hayden underwent surgery recently to repair the meniscus in his left knee. He was hurt at Houston on Oct. 5. Hayden would like to be back for the home game with the Patriots Sunday night.
— WR Roy Hall (knee) may be getting closer to return to practice. Hall incurred a hamstring strain in the season opener with Chicago and has been sidelined ever since. He also underwent arthroscopic knee surgery during his recovery period in order to clean out scar tissue.
— OG Ryan Lilja (knee) is entering the final week of his three-week window to determine whether he will be able to play this season. Lilja has been on the team?s physically-unable-to-perform list since the start of training camp. He underwent knee surgery in the offseason.
— LB Tyjuan Hagler is beginning to get more work at strongside linebacker. Hagler can play all three linebacking positions, but he has seen extensive time on the strong side. He was the starter then until he suffered a torn pectoral muscle while lifting weights before the start of training camp. He recently came off the team's physically-unable-to-perform list.