Geathers logged 11 tackles (nine solo) in Saturday's 31-13 divisional-round loss to the Chiefs. He finishes the regular season with 89 tackles, three passes defended and one forced fumble.
Geathers racked up a career-high amount of tackles in 2018, and started all 12 of the games he played. Despite being hampered by lingering knee and neck injuries for much of the year, the-26-year-old managed to consistently maintain a heavy workload -- eclipsing 70 defensive snaps during both of the Colts' playoff games. Set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, it remains to be seen whether Geathers will return to Indianapolis in 2019.
Geathers (knee) is active for Saturday's Wild Card game against the Texans.
A lingering knee issue kept Geathers sidelined for the final two regular season games, but it looks like he is good to go Saturday. Barring any setbacks, look for him to resume his usual role as the Colts' starting strong safety, which should reduce Mike Mitchell's role as a result. The fourth-year veteran started all 12 games he played in this season.
Geathers (knee) is officially listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Texans.
Geathers has sat out the last two games due to a lingering knee injury, and his status for Indianapolis' playoff opener remains up in the air. If Geathers were unable to suit up versus the Texans, Mike Mitchell and J.J. Wilcox would once again split snaps at strong safety.
Geathers (knee) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice, Andrew Walker of the team's official site reports.
Geathers has missed the last two games while nursing his knee injury, but it seems like he'll be ready for the Colts' playoff game Saturday. Barring any setbacks, Geathers should be ready to start at strong safety for Indianapolis.
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