Colts' Luck and Hasselbeck are questionable against Texans

Andrew Luck, right, is expected to start against the Texans despite being listed as questionable. AP Photo/R Brent Smith

INDIANAPOLIS – The Colts’ top two quarterbacks, Andrew Luck and Matt Hasselbeck, are both questionable for Thursday’s game against the Houston Texans.

Luck should play against the Texans barring any setbacks with his right shoulder and Hasselbeck is dealing with an unknown illness. The Colts re-signed quarterback Josh Johnson in case Luck and Hasselbeck aren’t able to play or if they need him to be the No. 2 quarterback like against Jacksonville last weekend.

As far as other injuries go, linebackers Jerrell Freeman (groin) and Bjoern Werner (hamstring) and running back Tyler Varga (concussion) have been ruled out against the Texans.

Here’s the remaining list of questionable players: Safety Mike Adams (neck), defensive lineman Henry Anderson (foot) and cornerback Vontae Davis (foot).

Davis’ status is definitely in the air because he did not practice this week.