Erik Walden Injury: Updates on Colts LB's Foot and Return

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Oct 8, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Indianapolis Colts linebacker Erik Walden (93) prior to the game against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
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Indianapolis Colts linebacker Erik Walden missed Week 14 against the Jacksonville Jaguars due to a foot injury. However, he is ready to return.

Continue for updates.


Walden Active vs. Texans

Sunday, Dec. 20

The Colts announced Walden is available to play against Houston.


Latest on Walden's Practice Status

Friday, Dec. 18

The team announced Walden was a full participant at practice.


Walden's Streak with Colts Snapped in Week 14

Walden's absence was the first time since he joined the Colts in 2013 that he missed a game, according to NBC Sports' Zac Jackson

Walden is second on the team with three sacks, trailing only Robert Mathis. With solid speed off the edge, he has developed into a consistent pass-rusher. In each of the last five seasons, he's recorded at least three sacks.

A depleted linebacking group doesn't spell good news for the Colts, who are trying to hold on to the AFC South division lead at 6-7, currently tied with the Houston Texans

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