NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -The Tennessee Titans deactivated Pro Bowl Kyle Vanden Bosch for Monday night's game with the Indianapolis Colts, snapping his streak of consecutive starts at 54 since signing with the team as a free agent in 2005.
The Colts deactivated Bob Sanders, the reigning Defensive Player of the Year, for a fifth straight game as he recovers from a knee injury. He was among four starters deactivated for the Colts' game with their AFC South rival with running back Joseph Addai missing a second consecutive game with an injured hamstring.
Cornerback Kelvin Hayden missed a third straight game coming off left knee surgery, and rookie Mike Pollak will start for Dan Federkeil for a fourth straight game.
Dominic Rhodes started for Addai with Melvin Bullitt filling in for Sanders again. Tim Jennings started for Hayden.
imore. He healed up during the Titans' bye and started last week in Tennessee's 34-10 win at Kansas City. But he lasted only a series before heading to the sideline. Vanden Bosch had practiced Saturday, but a game-time temperature around 44 degrees may have led to the decision to deactivate the two-time Pro Bowler.

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