Colts Injury Report: T.Y. Hilton Limited, John Simon Out


T.Y. Hilton popped up on Thursday’s injury report with a groin injury, and John Simon remains sidelined with a neck stinger.

Wednesday was a rough day for the Colts regarding injuries.

Henry Anderson was placed on injured reserve with a laryngeal fracture that ends his 2017 season. Vontae Davis’ season also ended as he will undergo groin surgery, and the Colts decided to release him as he is in the final year of his contract with the Colts.

Another key player has now made an appearance on the Colts’ injury report as T.Y. Hilton was limited at Thursday’s practice with a groin injury.

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Hilton is coming off of his biggest performance of the season as he gained 175 yards receiving with 2 touchdowns in last week’s win over the Texans, and he may simply be sore from running past Houston’s secondary all day.

However, the Colts will proceed with caution as Hilton is vital to any chances the Colts have of pulling an upset against the Steelers on Sunday.

John Simon has yet to return to practice with a neck stinger that has kept him out of the past two games. Unless he miraculously comes back to practice on Friday, he will likely be on the sidelines again this week.

Kamar Aiken was limited at Wednesday’s practice with a hamstring injury, and he was downgraded on Thursday as he was unable to practice at all.

Quincy Wilson was limited with a knee injury for the second straight practice as he tries to work his way onto the active roster.

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