The main goal during the duration of the preseason schedule is to hold as many healthy players as possible.
The Indianapolis Colts couldn’t avoid that and will be without their starting running back for a couple of weeks.
The former University of South Florida running back injured his hamstring during the first quarter after a five-yard run with three minutes remaining. He finished with four carries for nine yards before the leg injury.
Mack, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, will be out a few weeks with a hamstring strain.
Colts initial sense is Marlon Mack will miss a few weeks with a manageable hamstring strain though they are still waiting final confirmation. Mack in line for a major role on what should be a much-improved offense— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) August 10, 2018
After being selected in the fourth-round of the 2017 draft, Mack rushed for 358 yards and three touchdowns on 93 carries, while catching 21 passes for 225 yards and a score.