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Colts Week 16 Official Injury Report vs. Ravens; Five Ruled Out

Which Indianapolis Colts players are dealing with injury this week?

Pittsburgh Steelers v Indianapolis Colts Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

The Indianapolis Colts have released their official injury report ahead of their Week 16 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday.

Starting wide receiver Donte Moncrief (ankle), starting cornerback Rashaan Melvin (hand), starting right tackle Denzelle Good (knee) and tight end Brandon Williams (concussion) have all been ruled out.

Moncrief, Good and Williams have all been out of practice this week, but Melvin has been able to participate on a limited basis going back to last week.

This is now Moncrief’s third consecutive game missed. Chester Rogers and Kamar Aiken will take over for him behind T.Y. Hilton.

Melvin will miss his fourth straight game and will be replaced by rookies Kenny Moore and Quincy Wilson.

When Good left last week’s game against the Denver Broncos, Joe Haeg moved into Good’s right tackle spot, and Le’Raven Clark took over at right guard for Haeg. It’s likely to stay that way this week.

Williams had a very public injury last week when he was removed from the field on a backboard and taken to the hospital in an ambulance. He is in better shape now, but still not ready to practice or play. Some mixture of Darrell Daniels and Ross Travis will probably replace Williams this week. Daniels had missed the last four games with a hamstring injury but returns this week.

Starting defensive lineman Johnathan Hankins (shoulder) missed practice on Wednesday but returned as a full participant on Thursday.

Nickel Nate Hairston (concussion) and reserve inside linebacker/special teamer Jeremiah George (neck) were full participants in practice this week. Hairston saw an independent neurologist this afternoon and was cleared.


The Ravens’ injury report is as follows: