The Indianapolis Colts released an injury report on Tuesday after their walkthrough practice, an estimation of what the participation of a player would’ve been for a normal practice, as they prepare for a divisional-round matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Because of today's walkthrough, the injury report is only an estimation of a player's participation if there was a practice. pic.twitter.com/Y9vOnprmLB— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) January 8, 2019
Three wide receivers — Ryan Grant (toe), T.Y. Hilton (ankle) and Dontrelle Inman (shoulder/finger) and three safeties — Clayton Geathers (knee), Malik Hooker (foot) and Mike Mitchell (calf) were estimated to have been out. Grant was the only to miss last week’s game against Houston, but Mitchell was knocked out of the Wild Card game after aggravating an injury he’s dealt with for the second half of the season.
Defensive linemen Denico Autry (shoulder), Tyquan Lewis (knee) and Jabaal Sheard (knee), and tight end Eric Ebron were the other four players estimated to have sat. Lewis was injured in the regular-season finale against Tennessee and missed the opening playoff game, while Autry Sheard and Ebron all played.
Two Colts were also estimated as limited participants, as linebacker Darius Leonard is dealing with shoulder and ankle issues and cornerback J.J. Wilcox is continuing to nurse an ankle injury that kept him sidelined during the Colts’ win over Houston.