INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Marvin Harrison returned to practice Wednesday and could play in the Indianapolis Colts' playoff game next week.
Harrison has missed a career-high 11 games since bruising his left knee against Denver on Sept. 30. He practiced twice last week, but was held out of the regular-season finale against Tennessee.
Indy (13-3) will play San Diego, Pittsburgh or Jacksonville on Jan. 13.
``Right now, we don't have anybody who has been ruled out,'' Dungy said Wednesday. ``Marvin practiced today and he did well. He's not been ruled out. I guess he'll be day to day for the next seven days.''
Four other Colts starters - safety Antoine Bethea, defensive tackle Raheem Brock, right tackle Ryan Diem and defensive end Robert Mathis - all sat out with injuries last Sunday, too.
But Dungy did not give updates on their conditions and the team did not issue an updated injury report.

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