Wide receiver Chester Rogers continues to struggle with his recovery from a hamstring injury, and running back Marlon Mack has been downgraded to a “did not practice” on Thursday.
Chester Rogers was set to become the Colts’ third wide receiver this season after winning the job during the beginning of training camp, but he’s been unable to get on the field this regular season.
He’s been out with a hamstring injury since the second week of the preseason, and has suffered multiple setbacks during his rehab. He returned to practice last Friday, but hasn’t practiced at all during the first two sessions of this week.
Mack was able to participate in a limited practice session on Wednesday, but he didn’t practice at all on Thursday and his status for this week’s game is questionable.
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Cornerback Quincy Wilson has also been unable to participate this week. While it’s possible that Vontae Davis may be able to return this week, the Colts’ secondary will likely remain shorthanded if Wilson can’t play on Sunday.
Linebacker Anthony Walker Jr. has also been unable to practice this week, but fellow linebacker Antonio Morrison has practiced fully on both Wednesday and Thursday and should be able to come back for an important game against the Browns.