Colts will use fifth different starting offensive line vs. Pittsburgh

INDIANAPOLIS – The revolving door along the Indianapolis Colts offensive line will continue Sunday at Pittsburgh.

Right guard Hugh Thornton was ruled out for the game against the Steelers because of a left elbow injury. The loss of Thornton means the Colts will use their fifth different starting lineup of the season Sunday. The Colts used 11 different starting lineups on the offensive line last season.

“Again, this time of year, it’s the National Football League and you deal with adversity or you deal with circumstances and you have to keep moving,” coach Chuck Pagano said.

Lance Louis, who is expected to start in place of Thornton, will join Joe Reitz, Jonotthan Harrison, Jack Mewhort and Denzelle Good on the offensive line against the Steelers. That group will go against a Pittsburgh defense that has 30 sacks this season.

Here’s the rest of the Colts injury report: