Thursday, September 19, 2013
Injury report: Bethea, Landry miss practice
By Mike Wells
INDIANAPOLIS -- Health issues continue to be a problem for the Indianapolis Colts, and not even the acquisition of running back Trent Richardson can help in that department.
Starting linebacker Pat Angerer (knee) and safeties Antoine Bethea (toe) and LaRon Landry (ankle) did not practice Thursday. Angerer missed the season opener against Oakland on Sept. 8 with a concussion.
All three missed practice Wednesday, too.
Receiver T.Y. Hilton was limited in practice for the second straight day Thursday with a groin injury.
Receiver David Reed, who has yet to play this season because of a concussion and a quad problem, went through the full practice and the Colts added receiver Da’Rick Rogers to the 53-man roster to add depth at the position in case Hilton’s injury turns out to be serious.