Colts Injury Report: Andrew Luck Out, Ryan Kelly Questionable

OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 24: Center Ryan Kelly
OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 24: Center Ryan Kelly /

Andrew Luck has been officially ruled out for Sunday’s divisional matchup against the Jaguars, and center Ryan Kelly is listed as questionable on the Colts’ injury report.

We’ve discussed Andrew Luck’s setback from about every angle imaginable, so we’ll leave that alone for now as it was inevitable that he wasn’t going to play this week.

However, Ryan Kelly‘s appearance on the Colts injury report is rather surprising considering he has played in each of Indianapolis’ last two games against the 49ers and Titans.

Kelly made his season debut in Week 5 after he made a quick recovery from preseason foot surgery. He was not listed on the Colts injury report until Friday when he popped up with a knee injury.

Kelly was able to fully participate in Friday’s practice session as the Colts finish up their preparation for this week’s game against Jacksonville, but his status is currently questionable for Sunday.

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This may be the result of having a short week to recover after a physical game against the Titans last Monday night. The Jaguars may have the best defensive line in the NFL, and Jacoby Brissett will need Kelly to protect him from this dangerous front four.

Robert Turbin is listed as out for Sunday’s game as he is likely done for the rest of the year. Rookie linebacker Anthony Walker will also be on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.

Backup tight end Darrell Daniels and defensive back T.J. Green round out the Colts injury report as they are both questionable to play this week.