The Colts came out of Sunday night’s game with the Seahawks battered and bruised, and there were a couple of injuries that could have major implications moving forward.
Indianapolis came into last night’s game with one of their shortest injury reports of the season as players began to heal from the injuries that hampered them during training camp.
Bond had performed about as well as you could ask for considering the situation, but he was forced from the game due to injury early on Sunday night. It was reported today that Bond suffered a torn quad, and will likely be placed on injured reserve ending his season.
Luckily, Ryan Kelly returned to practice last week, and it looks like he might be back when the Colts need him most.
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Doyle left in the third quarter, and he will need to pass each checkmark of the NFL’s concussion protocol if he wants to participate in next week’s game against the 49ers.
The fifth-year tight end got off to a hot start this season as he finished the first two games with 120 receiving yards. He’s slowed down a bit over the last two weeks, but Jacoby Brissett would definitely feel more comfortable with Doyle in the lineup.