Others who could be sidelined today include safeties Sergio Brown — doubtful with a groin injury — and Antoine Bethea, who has made 95 consecutive starts but officially is questionable with an ankle injury.
No matter who ultimately suits up, the Colts are aiming for their third straight victory to close out the regular season. That would help give the team the momentum Pagano has been looking for heading into the playoffs.
Last week's 23-7 win against the postseason-bound Kansas City Chiefs provided a nice jump start. But Indianapolis believes there's still plenty of work to be done.
"We all knew that we could play up on a high end," running back Trent Richardson said, "and I still don't think that we've played our best football yet."