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Colts Wednesday Injury Report for Week 10: Brissett and Desir are limited, Campbell, Hilton and Hooker DNP

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Following the Indianapolis Colts’ disappointing loss in Pittsburgh in Wee 9, the team has some very pressing issues with the health of the roster. First, and foremost, Jacoby Brissett straining his MCL is never a good sign, but the possibility of him playing against the Miami Dolphins this week is quite encouraging.

Additionally, Parris Campbell who is only two games back from another injury, broke his hand against the Steelers while more than doubling his production on the season and looking to begin an upward trend most have been waiting several weeks to witness.

As it currently stands, today’s injury report isn’t all that surprising. It may even be somewhat encouraging.

Brissett was limited, along with Pierre Desir who missed Week 9, and we already had a pretty good indication that Campbell and T.Y. Hilton weren’t going to take the field today. In fact we would have been surprised had either taken part in practice today rather than the other way around.

Malik Hooker is one that we hope stops finding his way onto the report each week due to his knee issues. That appears to be a work in progress for him following each game.

Additional good news is seeing that Ryan Kelly was full go today following his burner in the first half in Pittsburgh.

The Colts need to stay healthy, especially Brissett, and have a couple who need to get healthy — primarily Hilton — but otherwise look to be in pretty good shape at this point in the season.