Colts receiver Austin Collie, who leads the team with six touchdown catches and missed last week's win over the Bengals with a concussion, is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Collie had full participation in practices on Thursday and Friday, although the primary question will be if Collie is cleared for contact.
A questionable designation means the player has a 50-50 chance of suiting up, and Collie is one of 11 Colts in that category, along with running back Joseph Addai (neck), linebacker Gary Brackett (toe) and linebacker Clint Session (elbow). Both Brackett and Session did not practice throughout the week.
Safety Bob Sanders (biceps), as expected, has been ruled out.