INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Backup linebacker A.J. Edds was the only active Colts player who did not travel with the team to Baltimore on Saturday.

Indianapolis faces the Ravens on Sunday.

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Edds has been limited all week with a left foot injury that he sustained in last week’s loss at New England. Edds spent most of the game calling defensive signals after Pat Angerer injured his right knee on the Colts’ first defensive series. Angerer is listed as questionable for the game but was a full participant in practice Friday and said he hopes to play.

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Tight end Dallas Clark also is expected to start after missing the last four games with a lower left leg injury. He was a full
participant in practice all week, though he is still listed as questionable.

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