INDIANAPOLIS -- The Colts signed two quarterbacks on Tuesday afternoon, adding former first-round pick Josh Freeman and Ryan Lindley.
The moves probably mean Andrew Luck and Matt Hasselbeck are done for the season. Luck has yet to be medically cleared because of a kidney injury, and coach Chuck Pagano has already called Hasselbeck doubtful for Sunday's game against Tennessee because of a shoulder injury.
The Colts are desperate for help at quarterback. Stephen Morris, whom they signed off Philadelphia's practice squad last season, was the only healthy player at that position on the roster after they placed Charlie Whitehurst on injured reserve Monday.
With Tuesday's moves, the Colts are likely to start Morris, Freeman or Lindley at quarterback against the Titans.
It has been that type of season for the Colts.
Freeman, a first-round pick in 2009, has started 60 games in his career, completing 1,164 of 2,020 passes for 13,724 yards with 80 touchdowns and 67 interceptions. He has also rushed for 922 yards. Freeman most recently played for the Brooklyn Bolts of the Fall Experimental Football League.
Lindley started a playoff game for the Arizona Cardinals last season.
To win the AFC South and get an automatic playoff berth, the Colts need to beat the Titans and have eight other scenarios happen in other games.