INDIANAPOLIS — Injury list -- Sitting out Wednesday's workout were inside linebacker Pat Angerer (illness), defensive tackle Kellen Heard (illness), offensive guard Joe Reitz (concussion) and outside linebacker Dwight Freeney (rest).
Running back Delone Carter (ankle), nose tackle Antonio Johnson (ankle), offensive tackle Winston Justice (biceps), defensive end Cory Redding (quad), center A.Q. Shipley (knee), and safety Tom Zbikowski (knee) all saw limited work.
Inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman (thumb), quarterback Andrew Luck (knee), center Samson Satele (ankle) and cornerback Teddy Williams (knee) all fully participated in the workout.
“Injury-wise, really no change. [As] when we talked last on Monday, Joe Reitz is still down with the concussion. He’s still going through standard protocol for the concussion stuff. But everybody else is as listed," Pagano said.
"We had good meetings [Wednesday] morning. Like I said before, the energy, the excitement is there. You can feel it in the building obviously. It's playoff time. Had a great walkthrough, a lot of good focus, all that kind of stuff. So I feel good where we're at."
Arians future -- San Diego and Cleveland officials are expected to be among the teams to talk to Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians about their vacant head coaching positions.But, according to NFL policy, they'll have to wait for Indianapolis' season to be over before any talks can take place.
“I don’t know if anybody has called. To this point it hasn’t been brought to my attention. But what I would say is obviously he’s earned any phone call, he’s earned that right. Let me just say this; we do not want to lose Bruce Arians. We know what he is and we know what he means to this organization and to this football team. So let me just say that first and foremost," Pagano said on Monday.