Freeney held out of Wednesday's practice
Indianapolis, IN (Sports Network) - Indianapolis Colts linebacker Dwight Freeney did not practice on Wednesday. However, the reason is not believed to be injury related.
The seven-time Pro Bowler has had a lackluster season for the Colts but has come on strong as of late, registering a sack in each of their past three games. He has recorded five for the season to go along with 12 tackles.
Linebacker Pat Angerer and defensive tackle Kellen Heard were both held out of Wednesday's session due to illnesses, while guard Joe Reitz did not participate due to a concussion.
Running back Delone Carter (ankle), defensive tackle Antonio Johnson (ankle), tackle Winston Justice (shoulder), defensive end Cory Redding (quadricep), center A.Q. Shipley (knee) and safety Tom Zbikowski all practiced on a limited basis on Wednesday.
The Colts travel to Baltimore to take on the Ravens Sunday in the AFC Wild Card Playoffs.
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