INDIANAPOLIS – Thanksgiving dinner last week was a bit difficult for Robert Mathis.
After injuring his bicep in last Thursday's loss to the Steelers, Mathis had to do some improvising in making his way around the table on Friday for his family's Thanksgiving feast.
On his Tuesday radio show with Query and Schultz on WNDE, the franchise's all-time sack leader updated his injured left bicep.
"It was a little sore," Mathis said of his bicep. "I couldn't extend the way I liked to.
"I hated that I couldn't finish the game."
Mathis left last Thursday's loss to the Steelers in the fourth quarter.
The hope is for Mathis to play this week, but it's too early in the week to gauge the likeliness of that occurring with the team not playing until Monday night.
"I'm working my butt off rehabbing," Mathis said, "but it's one of those where you will have to see where you are at come game day."
Chuck Pagano said on Monday that Mathis was still being evaluated and listed him at day-to-day.
The Colts will return to practice on Wednesday, when the next update on Mathis will come in the team's first official practice of the week.