INDIANAPOLIS — He has attended most of the team's home games, including the Colts' 27-23 come-from-behind win over Tennessee, and watched from the press box.
"He looks great. He picked up some film and got his iPad re-charged and loaded up. He looked really good," Arians said.
Injury news -- As of Monday afternoon, there were no updates on any of the Colts were left Sunday's game with Tennessee due to injuries.
Running back Delone Carter (ankle), fullback Robert Hughes (knee), inside linebacker Kavell Conner (hamstring), offensive tackle Winston Justice (biceps) and center Samson Satele (ankle) were all sidelined and did not return.
Safety Tom Zbikowski (knee), running back Donald Brown (ankle) and offensive guard Joe Reitz (head) did not suit up for the Titans game.
“Really nothing new as far as injuries. We’re gathering all the information, some scans and stuff, but we’ll have to wait until Wednesday to make any announcements as far as who is in and who is out and where we’re heading," Arians said.
Reviewing the Tennessee win -- After Indianapolis' win over the Titans, the Colts don't have a whole lot of time to prepare for Sunday's big divisional clash with Houston.
"I thought it was a great team win. I think it was a good wake up call for us to learn that we can’t start slow like that and expect to beat anybody," Arians said. "It’s going to be a big week for us and we’ll look forward to this challenge we’ve got coming up and learning from last week’s mistakes and getting them corrected and seeing what healthy bodies we have to go to Houston.”
Getting off to a good start -- The Colts have been slow starters for most of the season, which has helped to contribute in road losses to Chicago, New England and the New York Jets. Indianapolis can't afford a repeat performance against the Texans this week.