The Colts head into their final home game about as healthy as they can be. Let’s see if that continues later in the week.
Right now the Colts don’t have much to play for. They are a deeply average team that has played like a terrible one the last few weeks. They play their final home game of 2019 on Sunday. It looks like they will have most of their guys available for that one.
There are five guys listed on the injury report right now. Anthony Walker is the only one who practiced, and he did so on a limited basis with a hamstring injury. He looks like he is probably on track to play on Sunday, but we don’t know for sure.
Everyone else was held out of practice on Thursday. Denico Autry missed it because of a concussion. His status is very up in the air for Sunday. Malik Hooker was out because of a hand injury. Quincy Wilson was out because of a shoulder injury. His status is in question too.
Kenny Moore continues to be out because of an ankle injury. There’s a very real chance that his season could be done, as there is no real reason to have him out there at this point. The Colts are extremely thin in the secondary, especially if Wilson is out too.
This season was quite a disappointment. But the good news is that T.Y. Hilton is fully healthy and shouldn’t be on a snap count for the rest of the year. He will try to help out an offense that has been woeful this season without him.