The Indianapolis Colts needed everything to break their way in order to receive a bye week in the first round of the NFL Playoffs. Instead, the Colts will have a quick turnaround and face the Kansas City Chiefs. Indianapolis didn't escape the final Sunday of the season without injuries, though.
According to Craig Kelly of Colts.com, cornerback Vontae Davis and linebacker Bjoern Werner are listed as day-to-day. Neither practiced on Monday, but an MRI on Davis' groin came back negative. Even without a bye week, Davis should be able to make it back for the opening round of the playoffs.
In other AFC South news, Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Clay Harbor suffered a fractured leg in the final game of the season, according to the Florida Times-Union. Harbor's contract is expiring, so this wasn't the best way for him to head into free agency. Harbor appeared in every game for the Jaguars this season.