Colts Injury Report: Vontae Davis Ruled Out
The Vontae Davis saga continues as he has already been ruled out for this week’s game against the Steelers.
Vontae Davis didn’t make the trip to Houston last week as the Colts’ Twitter account cited that his absence was “non-injury related”. Davis said he was angry with how last week’s situation was handled
Davis has battled groin injuries for most of the past two seasons, and he has popped up on the injury report again this week with a sore groin.
He was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday, but he will be on the sidelines for Sunday’s game against Pittsburgh as the Colts announced very early this week. There is a ton of mystery surrounding this situation, and it’s impossible for anyone outside the organization to know what’s going on right now.
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Henry Anderson and John Simon were sidelined at Wednesday’s practice.
Anderson is dealing with a throat injury, which you don’t often see on an injury report. His status is questionable for Sunday’s matchup against a dynamic Pittsburgh offense.
John Simon has missed the past two games with a neck stinger, and he still hasn’t returned to practice as of Wednesday. The Colts defense could struggle mightily in the trenches if both Anderson and Simon are unable to go this week.
Kamar Aiken and Quincy Wilson were both limited participants on Wednesday.
Aiken has really struggled to get going this season, and Quincy Wilson has been inactive due to a combination of injuries and healthy scratches.
The Colts need both of these players to get going if they want to build on the success of last week’s win.