Although head coach Sean McDermott did not mention him specifically by name, it looks like starting left guard Vladimir Ducasse should be ready to return to the starting lineup on Sunday against the Colts.
McDermott officially ruled out both Taiwan Jones (neck) and Josh Allen (elbow) out for Sunday's game, but everyone else on the injury list is expected to be available this weekend.
"Everyone else practiced today and should be ready to play," McDermott said.
Ducasse, who left last week's game in the second half with a knee injury and did not return, was a full participant in practice Friday.
DE Trent Murphy, who was also on the injury report this week with an ankle injury was a full participant in practice Thursday and Friday and is also expected to start at his left defensive end position.
QB Josh Allen - elbow
RB Taiwan Jones – neck
The Colts will be without five players on Sunday. Declared out on Friday for Indianapolis are starting DT Denico Autry, TE Jack Doyle, S Clayton Geathers, WR Ryan Grant and RB Robert Turbin,
WR T.Y. Hilton appears ready to make a return to the lineup this weekend after missing the last two games with a hamstring injury. The NFL's second-leading tackler, LB Darius Leonard, didn't practice on Friday due to a nagging ankle injury, but is expected to start on Sunday.
DT Denico Autry - hamstring
TE Jack Doyle - hip
S Clayton Geathers - concussion/neck
WR Ryan Grant - ankle
RB Robert Turbin - shoulder
CB Arthur Maulet - hip
CB Chris Milton - hamstring
TE Erik Swoope - knee