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Colts RB Addai to play vs. Titans despite hamstring injuries

Indianapolis Colts running back Joseph Addai was active for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans despite nagging hamstring injuries that sidelined him two weeks ago against the Cincinnati Bengals and caused him to exit last week's meeting with the New Orleans Saints.

However, rookie Delone Carter is starting in place of Addai, who has 257 yards on 58 carries with one touchdown this season and has played in six of the winless Colts' seven games.

Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney (knee), linebackers Pat Angerer (knee) and Kavell Conner (knee), and punter Pat McAfee (hamstring) all were active. Left tackle Anthony Castonzo (ankle), left guard Joe Reitz (knee) and right guard Ryan Diem (ankle) were inactive.

Right tackle Jeff Linkenbach will start at left tackle, and Quinn Ojinnaka starts at right tackle. Kevin Thomas will start at left cornerback for Jacob Lacey, who didn't appear on the injury report.

Titans right guard Jake Scott had been questionable after hurting his neck Thursday, but he was active. The Titans sat starting tight end Craig Stevens (ribs) and defensive end William Hayes (back).

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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