The Colts’ injury report was a mixed bag of good news and bad news on Wednesday.
As we wrote about earlier, cornerback Vontae Davis and center Ryan Kelly both took steps toward returning to the field. However, there were several complimentary players that were listed on the injury report.
Tight end Jack Doyle had a hot start to the season as he racked up 120 receiving yards through the Colts’ first two games, but he struggled this week against the Browns and it looks like an injury might be to blame. Doyle was limited at Wednesday’s practice with a foot injury, and it would be a big loss if he’s unable to go on Sunday night.
Rookie cornerback Quincy Wilson missed last week’s game with a knee injury, and wasn’t able to practice on Wednesday. The Colts should get Vontae Davis back this week, but they’d like Wilson to get healthy soon to play on the opposite side.
Fellow rookie Marlon Mack was also out for the win over the Browns, and he missed practice again on Wednesday with a shoulder injury. Matt Jones took over the third running back spot in Mack‘s absence, and he may have to play a few snaps again against the Seahawks.
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Linebacker Anthony Walker, wide receiver Chester Rogers, and cornerback Chris Milton all received DNP’s on Wednesday. Wide receiver Kamar Aiken, and center Deyshawn Bond joined Ryan Kelly and Jack Doyle as limited participants.
With cluster injuries at cornerback and wide receiver, the Colts’ training staff will be working overtime to try and get this team healthy for a trip to Seattle.