Vontae Davis Now Questionable For Sunday's Game With Titans

Intro: A very healthy injury report going into Week 11 for the Colts did add one name to it on Saturday. Cornerback Vontae Davis is now questionable with an ankle injury.

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INDIANAPOLIS – The healthiest the Colts have been all season got some not so great news on Saturday.

Vontae Davis was added to the injury report with an ankle injury. He's listed as questionable for Sunday's game with the Titans.

Davis was a full participant in practice Thursday and Friday after resting on Wednesday. It is not known when or how Davis got the ankle injury.

Back in August, Davis suffered a medial sprain (ankle) and missed the rest of the preseason and the first two games of the season.

With Kendall Langford going on injured reserve Saturday, the Colts replaced him with undrafted rookie cornerback Chris Milton.

It remains to be seen whether bringing up Milton is directly related to Davis now appearing on the injury report.

The healthy cornerbacks for the Colts this week are: Darius Butler, Rashaan Melvin, Chris Milton, and Frankie Williams. Davis is questionable and Patrick Robinson is doubtful.

We will find out if Davis is good to play on Sunday when inactives are announced 90 minutes before the 1:00 p.m. kickoff.

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