Injury-depleted Colts to have Session, Garcon back vs. Packers

Starting weakside linebacker Clint Session and wide receiver Pierre Garcon are among the Colts players expected to see their first action of the preseason against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night, according to *The Indianapolis Star*.

Session has missed the first two preseason games with a pectoral muscle injury, and Garcon has sustained an undisclosed injury. Both returned to practice this week, as did right guard Kyle DeVan, who had a hamstring injury.

"I haven't hit anybody since the Super Bowl, and I had a bad taste in my mouth after that game," Session said. "It's time to get a good taste in my mouth now."

Colts coach Jim Caldwell also said center Jeff Saturday, who had arthroscopic knee surgery Aug. 10, is on track in his rehabilitation without saying if the Pro Bowl snapper would play in the Colts' Sept. 12 season opener at Houston.

"Coming along very well, as expected. He's doing fine," Caldwell said. "I'm not going to place any time frames. I'm not going to put any limitations on it."

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