The Indianapolis Colts have released their injury report for Thursday, their third and final before Friday’s walkthrough practice and Saturday’s Wild Card game against the Houston Texans.
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Wide receivers Ryan Grant (toe) and defensive lineman Tyquan Lewis (knee) have been ruled out for Saturday’s game, after missing the entire week of practice. Lewis and Grant both went down in the regular-season finale against the Tennessee Titans, and didn’t make enough progress throughout the week to be available.
Along with Grant, wide receivers T.Y Hilton (ankle), Zach Pascal (knee) and Dontrelle Inman (shoulder/finger) were named questionable for the postseason matchup. Hilton missed the entire week of practice, Pascal was a full participant on Thursday after missing Tuesday and being limited on Wednesday and Inman was limited through all three practices.
Aside from the wide receiver position, safety Clayton Geathers (knee) and defensive end Jabaal Sheard (knee) were also listed as questionable. Geathers was a full participant on Wednesday yet missed Tuesday and Thursday, while Sheard missed Thursday after being limited the first two days. Additionally, safety J.J. Wilcox was placed on the injury report with an ankle problem, missed Thursday’s practice and was listed as doubtful for Saturday.
Center Ryan Kelly (neck), linebacker Anthony Walker (shoulder) and running back Jordan Wilkins (knee/ankle) were all full participants for the second day in a row after being limited on Tuesday. Safety Malik Hooker (hip) was limited for the third day in a row, and wide out Daurice Fountain (ankle) was a full participant after being limited on Tuesday and Wednesday.
After missing Wednesday for rest, tight end Eric Ebron participated in full on the final day, while linebacker Darius Leonard (ankle) and left tackle Anthony Castanzo (knee) missed Thursday’s practice.