From the Terre Haute (Ind.) Tribune-Star (quoting Coach Tony Dungy after Thursday's practice):
"Edgerrin actually did well, surprisingly well. Based on what I saw today, he could probably play. So if he comes back (Friday) and doesn't have any side effects and is able to do just what he did today, then I would think he'd probably play," Dungy said.
"He worked a lot in our individual periods and worked a little bit in our team work and our run drills and actually did fine. He ran well. It surprised me. If he came back (Friday), was feeling the same way, ran the same way, did the same amount of things in practice and didn't have any ill-effects, I'd think we would play him."
The Colts' coach did say, however, that if James did play, it would most likely be on a limited basis.
"If he plays, we're obviously going to be smart. It's one thing to play, it's another thing to play 85 plays and not get a break," Dungy said.
I hope this helps.