The Indianapolis Colts have released their injury report for Tuesday, the opening day of practice for the week:
Top cornerback Rashaan Melvin was a limited participant the last two days of practice last week. He injured his hand in Week 12 against the Tennessee Titans while making an interception. When he returns, he will be sporting a wrapped club on his hand.
Starting wide receiver Donte Moncrief (ankle) hasn’t practice now going into the third straight week. At this point, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him land on Injured Reserve. Chester Rogers has taken over Moncrief’s role in his absence.
Starting right tackle Denzelle Good (knee) left last week’s game early after getting plowed-over by Von Miller. That was last Thursday, so him not practicing to start the week isn’t a great sign.
Starting nickel Nate Hairston returning to practice is good news for the Colts’ very injured secondary. He’ll still need to clear the concussion protocol, however.
Tight end Brandon Williams had a very public injury during last week’s game, getting concussed and having to leave the field on a backboard before being transported to the hospital by an ambulance. His backup, Darrell Daniels (hamstring), hasn’t played in several weeks but returned to practice in a limited fashion last week.
Jeremiah George (neck) is a valuable piece on special teams and potentially now with starting inside linebacker Jon Bostic out for the year with a knee injury.