Just yesterday there was some optimism surrounding the Indianapolis Colts’ injury situation. Today, some of that has vanished as the Colts prepare for another critical AFC South matchup with the Tennessee Titans.
As of yesterday, T.Y. Hilton was limited in practice, and most of us just presumed that it was simply another week of caution for his calf issues that forced him to be limited last week against the Houston Texans.
Today we learned that Hilton has suffered a setback on his way back into the lineup, and has already been ruled out for Sunday’s matchup. This isn’t good news for Jacoby Brissett and the receiving corps in general as they’ve struggled tremendously to become significant parts of the offense’s gameplan with or without Hilton in the lineup.
Thursday’s injury report for #TENvsIND. pic.twitter.com/oipfg5iVcM— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) November 28, 2019
Additionally, Marlon Mack and Mo Alie-Cox were both non-participants again today which is no surprise to anyone, but Quenton Nelson was also a non-participant today after being limited yesterday with his hip issue.
Today’s report appears to have squeezed the positivity out of this week’s lead in to Sunday’s game even more after Rock Ya-Sin went from a full participant yesterday, to limited in today’s practice. Maybe that’s caution being excercised, or maybe that’s another setback in how Ya-Sin feels as the week progresses.
Parris Campbell was limited again today, and Clayton Geathers was full-go today, and Khari Willis was a full participant as well, and looks like he’s progressing out of concussion protocol heading into Sunday’s matchup which is very good news. Jabaal Sheard was also given a rest day today and is nothing to be concerned about as that has also been an every week occurrence.