Colts injury report: Team getting healthier
The Colts are finally starting to get healthy. They are getting some key players back, even some who haven’t played all year.
Players are finally starting to get healthy for this team. The Colts are as healthy as they have been all year long, and their even getting better. Jack Doyle came back to practice today, as well as Tyquan Lewis. Both can help this team a lot.
Doyle practiced on a limited basis for the first time in several weeks. He has been out since week 2 with a hip injury. There is an outside chance that he plays on Sunday, but it would be a surprise if he does. More than likely, he would take the week off and use the bye week for extra rest.
Lewis is practicing for the first time all year. He was put on IR back in training camp. The team was high on him while he was in camp. He can help put more pressure on the quarterback and get more sacks. He can also help plug up running holes.
There were several players who did not practice however. Malik Hooker, Ryan Grant, Robert Turbing, Jihad Ward, Erik Swoope, and Adam Vinatieri all were held out. Some of them probably won’t play, while others should.
Grant, Turbin, Ward, and Vinatieri will probably not play on Sunday. They will all probably use this week as extra health before the bye week. They would all probably need the rest. Hooker and Swoope might play and probably should. They need both players.
Hopefully these players can all get healthy relatively soon. Either way, this is the most healthy the team has been all season long.