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Indianapolis Colts guard Joe Reitz is inactive for their playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Reitz has a concussion. He will be replaced by Jeff Linkenbach in Sunday's postseason opener.
The Colts' other inactives are wide receiver Nathan Palmer, tackle Tony Hills, safety Delano Howell, cornerback Teddy Williams and running back Delone Carter. Indianapolis also announced that Pat Angerer will start at middle linebacker in place of Kavell Conner.
Baltimore's inactive list includes guard Jah Reid, who has a toe injury. Offensive lineman Ramon Harewood is also inactive. Also on the Ravens' inactive list: safety Omar Brown, cornerback Chris Johnson, wide receiver Deonte Thompson and defensive tackle Bryan Hall.
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