Colts' Harper questionable after knife attack

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Colts cornerback Nick Harper's
wife was jailed Saturday night on charges of cutting him with a
knife, a sheriff said.

Hamilton County Sheriff Doug Carter said Daniell Harper, 31, was
being held without bond on charges of battery with a deadly weapon
and criminal recklessness.

Nick Harper was treated for a knee injury at St. Vincent
Hospital in Indianapolis. His injuries were not life-threatening,
Carter said.

Harper, a starter, is listed as active for Sunday's AFC
divisional playoff game against Pittsburgh.

Earlier Saturday, Colts spokesman Craig Kelley said Harper had
required stitches in his knee following an "accident." He said he
had no other details.

Kelley told The Associated Press later that he had gotten his
information from Colts officials.

"There was not an accident," Carter said. He said Harper and
his wife had been involved in a fight.

Harper, 31, was arrested in June on a domestic battery charge
after police said he hit his wife.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.