Colts Injury Report: Andrew Luck Practices, Jack Doyle Out
Andrew Luck sticks with his recovery plan and practices on Friday, but tight end Jack Doyle will be out this week with a concussion.
Andrew Luck got in his first practice of the season on Wednesday then took Thursday off as a rest day for his shoulder. Luck was back on the practice field in a limited fashion on Friday as he continues to shake the rust off from his 10-month recovery.
Tight end Jack Doyle was forced to leave last week’s game with a concussion, and he hasn’t progressed enough to pass the NFL’s concussion protocol. Doyle did not practice at all on Friday, and this will be a big loss for Jacoby Brissett and this passing offense.
Cornerback Rashaan Melvin has been a star in the Colt’s secondary this season, but he’s listed as questionable for this week’s game against the 49ers. He’s participated in a limited practice in two out of three days this week, but he will likely be a game-time decision on Sunday.
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Fellow cornerback Nate Hairston has already been ruled out for this week’s game, but the return of Quincy Wilson and Vontae Davis at cornerback will help this Colts pass defense.
Wide receiver Chester Rogers is listed as questionable for Sunday as he recovers from a hamstring injury. He’s been out since mid-August, but he participated in limited practices on Thursday and Friday.
Running back Marlon Mack will return this week, and center Ryan Kelly is expected to make his season debut against a dynamic 49ers defensive line.