The Indianapolis Colts have released their injury report for Friday, the third and final of the week as they get ready to host the NFC East-leading Dallas Cowboys.
Final injury report for #DALvsIND. pic.twitter.com/I19gMxodqe— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) December 14, 2018
Three Colts — guard Mark Glowinski (ankle), safety Mike Mitchell (calf) and rookie linebacker Skai Moore (neck) — have all been ruled out, while wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (ankle) and safety Clayton Geathers (knee) are questionable. Glowinski went down against Houston, Mitchell will miss his second week in a row and Moore popped up on the injury report Thursday after appearing in nine games this season.
Hilton has missed practices here and there throughout the week before playing Sunday while nursing his ankle injury, but never missed the full week of practice and still played. Should the near-1,000 yard receiver miss action against Dallas, it will be his first game on the sideline since missing back-to-back games in Weeks 5 and 6 against the Patriots and Jets.
Center Ryan Kelly (knee) appears to be nearing his return after getting injured in Week 12 against Miami, and was a full participant on Friday after being limited Wednesday and Thursday. Same for tight end Mo Alie-Cox (calf), who was injured during the week of practice leading up to Miami.
Geathers, Glowinski, Hilton, Mitchell and Moore were joined by left tackle Anthony Castanzo (knee), linebacker Darius Leonard (finger/shoulder) and guard Quenton Nelson (back) as Colts that missed Friday’s practice.
Like Kelly and Alie-Cox, defensive tackle Margus Hunt was a full participant on Friday after being limited throughout the week. Dontrelle Inman remained on the injury report with shoulder issues for the third day in a row, but was a full participant throughout the week.
Defensive end Jabaal Sheard (knee) was added to the injury report for Friday and was a limited participant, while tight end Ryan Hewitt was a full participant but added to the injury report with a rib injury.