The Colts announced Wednesday that they placed defensive end Fili Moala on injured reserve. Moala partially tore his ACL after colliding with a teammate during OTAs and his knee buckled, NFL.com reports. The tear occurred in Moala's right knee, the same knee injury he suffered in Nov. 2012. The 28-year-old re-signed with the Colts this offseason as a rotational player. Moala started six games in 2013 and earned the second-most snaps along the Colts' defensive front. He produced 1.5 sacks and 21 quarterback hurries.
The Colts re-signed defensive end Fili Moala, reports the Indianapolis Star. He played in every game last season, starting six, and matched his career high with 26 tackles.
The Colts placed cornerback Greg Toler (groin) and defensive end Fili Moala (knee) on injured reserve and elevated receiver Josh Lenz from the practice squad.
The Colts are in largely good health for Saturday's Wild Card playoff game against the Chiefs, as their inactive list is made up of healthy scratches, with the exception of injured defensive lineman Fili Moala (knee). Joining Moala on the inactive list are linebacker Daniel Adongo, defensive backs Sheldon Price and Cassius Vaughn, tight end Weslye Saunders and offensive linemen Khaled Holmes and Joe Reitz.
Colts defensive lineman Fili Moala (knee) is inactive for Saturday's Wild Card game against the Chiefs, as his injury forced him to stay on the sidelines.