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Originally published September 21, 2013 at 5:06 PM | Page modified September 21, 2013 at 6:35 PM

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Colts are banged up for game against 49ers

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INDIANAPOLIS — Linebacker Pat Angerer and safety LaRon Landry did not travel with the Colts to San Francisco on Saturday and will miss Sunday’s game.

Angerer did not practice Friday and was listed as doubtful. The Colts had already ruled Landry out of Sunday’s game because of an ankle injury that kept him out of practice all week.

The loss of two defensive starters is more bad news for Indianapolis (1-1), which lost at home for the first time in almost a year last weekend and has put three offensive starters on injured reserve in less than two weeks. Running back Vick Ballard sustained a season-ending knee injury last week in practice. Left guard Donald Thomas (quad) and tight end Dwayne Allen (hip) were put on injured reserve this week.

Notes

• Three-time Pro Bowl linebacker John Reger, who starred for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins in the 1950s and ’60s, died Thursday in Tampa. He was 82.

• Houston Texans All-Pro left tackle Duane Brown will miss Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens with a toe injury. Brown, who was injured on Sunday, will not travel with the team to Baltimore.

A first-round pick in 2008, Brown has started 78 games in his career.

• The Washington Redskins have added tight end Fred Davis to their injury report for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. The Redskins announced Saturday that Davis is questionable with an ankle injury.

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