Indianapolis, IN (Sports Network) - Indianapolis Colts outside linebacker
Dwight Freeney appears ready to return from a two-game absence due to an ankle
injury after participating fully in Wednesday's practice.
Freeney, the Colts' all-time leader with 102.5 career sacks, sprained his
ankle during Indianapolis' 41-21 season-opening loss at Chicago on Sept. 9 and
sat out the following two contests as a result. Indianapolis had a bye in Week
Inside linebacker Pat Angerer, who has missed each of the first three games
with a broken bone in his left foot, was listed as a limited participant along
with starting center Samson Satele.
The Colts will host Green Bay on Sunday, with offensive coordinator Bruce
Arians set to serve as interim head coach after Chuck Pagano was diagnosed
with a treatable form of leukemia earlier in the week.
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