The Indianapolis Colts have released their injury report for Thursday, their third and final before Friday’s walkthrough practice and Saturday’s road playoff game against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Wide receiver Ryan Grant (toe) was ruled out for the second game in a row, after missing practice all week. Defensive lineman Tyquan Lewis, who was injured in the Colts’ regular-season finale and missed last week’s game against the Houston Texans, is doubtful to play with a knee injury. Lewis also missed the entire week of practice.
Six other Colts — safeties Clayton Geathers (knee) and Malik Hooker (foot), wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (ankle), defensive lineman Jabaal Sheard (knee), linebacker Darius Leonard (shoulder/ankle) and left tackle Anthony Castanzo (knee) — missed Friday’s practice. Hilton missed the entire week of practice, Sheard did not participate on Tuesday and Thursday but was limited on Wednesday, and Castanzo was not listed on the injury report Tuesday or Wednesday.
Hooker has been listed as questionable for the game, as well as defensive lineman Denico Autry (shoulder) who was limited on Thursday after missing Tuesday and Wednesday’s practices.
After missing Tuesday and being limited on Wednesday, tight end Eric Ebron (hip) was a full participant on Friday. Wide receiver Dontrelle Inman (shoulder/finger) was limited for the second day in a row after missing Tuesday’s practice, and cornerback J.J. Wilcox was a full participant for the third day in a row despite hitting the injury report with an ankle injury.