The Colts should be a little healthier heading into their matchup on Sunday against the Titans. The injury report today reflects that too.
It’s been awhile since the Colts have been able to play a game with some healthy guys. The Denver game was the last one that I can remember. Since then, it’s just been injury after injury affecting this team. They might finally be a little bit more healthy on Sunday.
Two players did not practice on Wednesday. Marlon Mack was out with his broken hand, which was expected. Mo Alie-Cox was also out because of a thumb injury. It looks like Ross Travis will be getting some action in this game, as Eric Ebron was placed on IR earlier this week.
Only one player was a full participant on the report, and that was Rock Ya-Sin. He had an ankle injury that has hampered his play recently. Early reports are that he is good to go. The Colts need that to be the case because their secondary has been banged up.
Everyone else on the report was a limited participant. Parris Campbell had a light wrap on his hand while he was out there. He is looking like a game-time decision early in the week. Same goes for T.Y. Hilton and his calf injury. This week will be important for him.
Quenton Nelson has a hip injury. I would be absolutely shocked if he didn’t play on Sunday. The guard is extremely tough. Khari Willis was limited because of his concussion. The Colts are hopeful to get him back this week. The other strong safety, Clayton Geathers, was limited with rest.
It would be nice if the Colts could actually field a semi-healthy team for once. They need to if they want to beat Tennessee.