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 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -The Indianapolis Colts were without five injured starters and a key reserve for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.
Four of the injured starters were inactive. On offense, wide receiver Marvin Harrison was inactive with a bruised left knee and replaced by rookie Anthony Gonzalez, and running back Joseph Addai was out with a bruised shoulder and replaced by Kenton Keith.
On defense, safety Bob Sanders was inactive with injured ribs and was replaced by Matt Giordano, and outside linebacker Freddy Keiaho was out with a concussion and replaced by Tyjuan Hagler.
Reserve tight end Ben Utecht also was inactive because of a concussion.
Starting linebacker Rob Morris already was on injured reserve with a damaged tendon in his left knee, and reserve wide receiver Roy Hall was put on injured reserve with a separated shoulder. To replace them, the Colts signed wide receiver Craphonso Thorpe and linebacker Victor Worsley off the practice squad.

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