Toler, Moala to injured reserve Cornerback Greg Toler (groin) has been placed on injured reserve. Toler has been bothered by a strained groin since the Colts Oct. 20 game with Denver. He missed several weeks of practice and games but was brought back four weeks ago against Kansas City. The veteran defensive back saw limited work against the Chiefs and Jaguars. Toler started against Kansas City in the AFC wild-card playoff game but was limited. He was taken out of the game after giving up a 63-yard pass to wide receiver Dwayne Bowe and a 71-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Donnie Avery.
Defensive tackle Fili Moala (knee) has been placed on injured reserve. Moala was hurt against Jacksonville in the final regular season game. He experienced swelling in his knee last week and did not play against Kansas City in the Coltsâ€™ AFC wild-card playoff game. Team doctors recommended shutting him down for the season.
Short week for the ColtsWith a Saturday night game against New England (8:15 p.m., CBS Sports), Indianapolis had Monday as the team’s usual off day.
Practices resume today and the Colts will have workouts Wednesday and Thursday. After a short walkthrough session on Friday morning, the team will head east.
Getting through the snow, freezeIndianapolis players and coaches made it to the team’s practice complex Monday despite the record snowfall and bone-chilling temperatures.
Although it was an off-day practice-wise, players met with trainers for routine after-game medical checkups and to spend time with the Colts’ strength and conditioning staff.
Members of the Colts’ building maintenance staff helped to shuttle players and coaches from their homes to the practice facility.