|Colts' Harrison still questionable, probably a game-time decision against Jaguars|
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|Saturday, 20 October 2007 12:41|
Colts coach Tony Dungy said before practice Saturday that Harrison would probably be a game-time decision in the AFC South clash between the Colts (5-0) and Jaguars (4-1).
``We'll see how much he can do,'' Dungy said, adding that the practice would be ``a good indicator'' of whether the eight-time Pro Bowl selection will play.
The 12-year NFL veteran has been hampered by the knee since bruising it in the first quarter of the Colts' Sept. 30 win over Denver. Harrison has seen relatively light work the past two weeks.
Middle linebacker Gary Brackett was also questionable for the Jaguars after suffering an abdominal strain near the end of Thursday's practice. He was held out of Friday's workout, but got some work Saturday.
``He's feeling like he's going to play,'' Dungy said.
Offensive guard Dylan Gandy did not practice Saturday due to an illness and also was listed as questionable.
Rookie outside linebacker Victor Worlsey (foot) was questionable, but rookie offensive tackle Tony Ugoh (ankle) practiced Friday and Saturday and should start.
Safety Bob Sanders (chest/ribs) and wide receiver Aaron Moorehead (back) also practiced Saturday after resting their injuries during Friday's workout. Both are expected to play against the Jaguars.