Colts injury report: Greg Toler questionable

INDIANAPOLIS -- The status of Indianapolis Colts starting cornerback Greg Toler against the Cincinnati Bengals may not be determined until Sunday.

Toler, who has missed the past five games with a groin injury, is listed as questionable. He's been limited in practice all week. Toler likely won’t play if his groin is not completely healthy because cold weather is expected in Cincinnati. The forecast projects temperatures in the 30s with possible snow.

“I think with all those guys, especially guys coming off of injury, you have a period of time where you’re out there playing and you come off and you’re sitting around,” Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. “Offense goes out and plays 10, 12 plays, whatever. If he happens to make it up at all, it certainly plays a little bit of a factor. If he’s 100 percent, he should be fine.”

Pagano said he’s yet to decide who will start at right guard in place of the injured Jeff Linkenbach (quad). Joe Reitz is the likely candidate.

Linebacker Kavell Conner (ankle) and left guard Hugh Thornton (neck) are also questionable Sunday.