14 Colts players don't practice; two key additions to injury report

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Colts had 14 players who did not practice Wednesday. Veterans including safety Mike Adams, cornerback Vontae Davis, running back Frank Gore, defensive lineman Kendall Langford and linebacker Robert Mathis were given a rest day.

The two key additions to the injury report were defensive lineman Henry Anderson and receiver Phillip Dorsett. Coach Chuck Pagano said Anderson is "week-to-week" with a knee injury. The good news is that it's not the same knee in which Anderson tore his ACL in Week 9 last season. Dorsett's status for Sunday's game at Tennessee is in question because of a hamstring injury.

The Colts are already without Donte Moncrief (shoulder) and Quan Bray (ankle). That leaves T.Y. Hilton, Chester Rogers, Devon Street and Tevaun Smith, who was promoted from the practice squad Tuesday, at receiver.

Here's Wednesday's practice report:

Did not practice:

S Mike Adams (rest), TE Dwayne Allen (ankle), DL Henry Anderson (knee), CB Darius Butler (calf/hamstring), CB Vontae Davis (rest), WR Phillip Dorsett (foot/hamstring), RB Frank Gore (rest), S T.J. Green (knee), DL Zach Kerr (knee), DL Kendall Langford (rest), LB Curt Maggitt (ankle), LB Robert Mathis (rest), OL Jack Mewhort (tricep), WR Donte Moncrief (shoulder)

Limited participation:

C Jonotthan Harrison (illness), WR T.Y. Hilton (hip)