NFL injury report: Colts, Titans escape Week 15 healthy

Scott Halleran

Week 15 of the NFL schedule completed Monday when the Titans defeated the Jets, 14-10. The AFC South's two playoff-bound teams, Colts and Texans, escaped without any major injuries.

The Tennessee Titans were able to claw their way to an ugly 14-10 victory over the visiting New York Jets Monday night, and the win didn't come at any major cost.

The Titans (5-9) had a few players -- guard Kyle Devan (ankle), wide receiver Kendall Wright (ribs) and defensive back Ryan Mouton (hamstring) -- get banged up with injuries; however, nothing was major. All three are questionable heading into next week's game at the Green Bay Packers.

Wide receiver Damian Williams (hamstring) and linebacker Colin McCarthy (concussion) have each missed the last few games and were inactive Monday. Its still unclear if they will play this Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.

Meanwhile, the Indianapolis Colts suffered no new injuries in their 29-17 loss to the Houston Texans.

However, the team is still unclear if linebacker Kavell Conner (hamstring), center Samson Satele (ankle) and tackle Winston Justice (bicep) will return for Indianapolis' Week 16 showdown at the Kansas City Chiefs. All three of those players did not play against the Texans and are questionable heading into this week.

The Texans did not sustain any major injuries Sunday. Defensive back Alan Bell (hamstring) and guard Antoine Caldwell (hamstring) remain questionable heading into this Sunday's contest with the Minnesota Vikings. Both player missed last week with injuries.

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