Colts' Vontae Davis on schedule to play at Packers, Mike Adams ruled out

INDIANAPOLIS – Colts cornerback Vontae Davis, barring any setbacks, will see an independent neurologist on Saturday and will play against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday as long as he’s cleared, coach Chuck Pagano said.

Davis suffered a concussion when he collided with teammate T.J. Green in the end zone on a touchdown play in their Week 8 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Davis wore a red non-contact jersey in practice Thursday and Friday as he continues to go through the NFL’s concussion protocol.

“Knock on wood, assuming everything goes and he finishes the final part of the protocol and he’s available,” Pagano said.

That’s some potential good news for the Colts, the same with tight end Dwayne Allen (ankle) and defensive lineman Henry Anderson (knee) returning Sunday after they both missed the previous two games.

The bad news for the Colts is that they'll be without starting safety Mike Adams (groin), which means they’ll be starting Green, a rookie, and Clayton Geathers, a second-year player, against Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who has completed 71 percent of his passes over the past three games.

Pagano also ruled out offensive linemen Jack Mewhort (tricep) and Joe Reitz (concussion), defensive lineman Kendall Langford (knee) and linebacker Chris Carter (hamstring).