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The two best teams in the AFC South will square off in their regular-season finale, and the Texans could be without Brooks Reed and Shiloh Keo on Sunday.
The Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts will close out the 2012 regular season in Indianapolis on Sunday, and Gary Kubiak's squad could be without outside linebacker Brooks Reed and safety Shiloh Keo, as both were listed as questionable following practice on Friday.
Reed suffered a severe groin injury in the Texans' 34-31 overtime win against the Detroit Lions Nov. 22. He was projected to be out of action for three to four weeks, and has been rehabbing and was limited in practice all week long. The two-year pro played against the Minnesota Vikings last week and should be ready for the season finale.
Keo (ankle) was limited in practice on Thursday and did not practice with the team on Friday, which doesn't bode well for the team's safety and special-teams captain.
Defensive back Alan Ball is listed as out for Sunday and did not practice all week. He has already missed a month of action with a foot injury.
Several other Texans are listed as probable for Sunday's game.
A complete injury report can be found here.
Kickoff is slated for noon CT at Lucas Oil Field, and the game will be televised on CBS.