Indianapolis Colts Injury Report: Clean Bill of Health
The Colts turned in their cleanest injury report to date after Thursday’s practice as it looks like nearly everyone is healthy heading into a critical divisional matchup with the Titans on Monday Night Football.
The headline of every week’s injury report will be the status of Andrew Luck as he works himself back from shoulder surgery.
He was able to get in a limited practice on Thursday, and will practice again on Saturday to finish off his second week of practice.
Outside of Luck, there really aren’t many injury concerns on this team.
Rookie cornerback Quincy Wilson returned to a full practice after he had missed the last three games with a knee injury.
Tight end Jack Doyle was a full participant as well as he continues to progress through the league’s concussion protocol and nurses an accompanying neck injury.
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Wide receiver Chester Rogers was finally able to participate fully in Thursday’s practice. He is expected to make his season debut on Monday night after missing the first five games of the year with a hamstring injury that has bothered him since training camp.
Quarterback Jacoby Brissett made an appearance on the injury report with a left wrist injury, but he wasn’t limited at all in Thursday’s practice and there shouldn’t be any doubt that he’s good to go this week.
Rookie linebacker Anthony Walker is the only Colt on the active roster who missed practice on Thursday. He’s missed three of the Colts’ first five games with a hamstring injury, and it looks like he hurt it again this Sunday.