As the Indianapolis Colts begin preparing for the Dallas Cowboys, they provided injury updates for Kenny Moore and several other players.
Losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers wasn’t the only bad thing that happened to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 12. During that Monday night game, Indy also lost Kenny Moore late in the game when he collided with a Steelers’ wide receiver in the fourth quarter. Moore was able to walk off the field but he was ruled out with a shin injury. Now, as the Colts begin their preparations for a Sunday Night Football game against the Dallas Cowboys, they updated the injury report on Wednesday.
While Indianapolis only had a walkthrough on Wednesday, the team gave estimations for players’ statuses if it were a real practice. For Moore, he received a did not practice (DNP) and was listed with an ankle injury. However, the more concerning news is that Moore was spotted in the locker room on a scooter with some type of boot or cast on his right foot. While Indy hasn’t announced any major injury, this doesn’t seem like it will bode well for Moore’s chances of playing Sunday against the Cowboys. However, that will become clearer as the game approaches.
Colts injury report entering Week 13
Moore wasn’t the only player for Indianapolis on the injury report. Keke Coutee and Jelani Woods, who is coming off a breakout game, also received DNPs. Coutee is battling an illness, while Woods is dealing with a shoulder and quad injury. Ben Banogu (abdomen) and Ryan Kelly (knee/ankle) both would’ve had limited practices if the Colts had a full practice on Wednesday.
Neither Kylen Granson nor Kwity Paye played in Week 12 as Granson had an illness and Paye dealt with an ankle injury, but both would’ve had full practices Wednesday. This makes it seem like both second-year players will make their returns on Sunday barring any setbacks during the week of practice.
Beating the Dallas Cowboys is already a tall task that will take an all-hands-on effort, so the Colts will need to be as healthy as possible come Sunday night.