Toler, Brown participate in practice

INDIANAPOLIS -- Maybe this is the week that Indianapolis Colts cornerback Greg Toler finally returns from his groin injury.

Toler went through a full practice for the first time Wednesday since before injuring his groin in the second half of the Oct. 20 game against the Denver Broncos.

I wouldn't grab a permanent marker and write Toler's name into the starting cornerback spot opposite of Vontae Davis for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

How Toler responds after going through his first full practice in about two months is key. He said last week that he didn't plan to return to the lineup until he was 100 percent healthy. Toler was limited in practice on Dec. 11 then didn't practice the following two days.

Running back Donald Brown and receiver LaVon Brazill were also full participants in practice Wednesday. Brown missed the second half of Sunday's game with the Houston Texans with a stinger. Brazill missed the game with a bruised foot.

Here's a rundown of the rest of Colts' practice report:

Did not practice:

LB Daniel Adongo: Hamstring

S Sergio Brown: Groin

FB Stanley Havili: Knee

DT Montori Hughes: Knee

DT Ricky Jean Francois: Foot

OL Jeff Linkenbach: Quad

LB Robert Mathis: Rest

OL Joe Reitz: Concussion

OL Hugh Thornton: Neck

Limited practice:

OL Samson Satele: Elbow