Colts Third-Year Running Back Will Miss Second Consecutive Game
INDIANAPOLIS – He missed one game in his first two NFL seasons.
On Monday, Colts running back Joseph Addai – a third-year veteran and a Pro Bowl selection last season – will miss a second consecutive game with a hamstring injury, the club announced Sunday afternoon.
Addai, who started the first five games of the season, was one of four players ruled out by the team for the game between the Colts (3-3) and the AFC South-leading Tennessee Titans (6-0) – the NFL's last remaining unbeaten team – at LP Field in Nashville, Tenn., Monday at 8:30 p.m.
Wide receiver Roy Hall (knee), cornerback Kelvin Hayden (knee) and safety Bob Sanders (knee).
All four players did not practice this past week.
Running back Dominic Rhodes is expected to make a second consecutive start for Addai, while Tim Jennings will make a third consecutive start at cornerback for Hayden and Melvin Bullitt will make a fifth consecutive start for Sanders.