The Indianapolis Colt’s have released their injury report for Wednesday, their first for the week before Sunday’s home week 16 game in Indianapolis against the Panthers.
With today’s walk-through, Wednesday's injury report is only an estimation of a player’s participation if there was a practice. pic.twitter.com/CzEq3fw2MN— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) December 18, 2019
Today’s Colts practice was only a walk through so today’s injury report is only an estimation of a player’s participation if there was a practice.
Denico Autry did not practice and is not a real surprise as head coach Frank Reich informed the media on Monday that Autry had developed concussion symptoms after the Saints game and had entered the concussion protocol.
Malik Hooker not practicing is an issue as when he has played he has done so at a high level and with the Colts secondary already banged up they can’t afford another piece, a big one too in Hooker, to be missing.
Kenny Moore continues to not practice and it doesnt come as a surprise as he has missed the last two games with his ongoing ankle injury. If Moore does end up missing the Panthers game it wouldn’t come as a surprise to see him get sent to injured reserve.
Quiny Wilson left the Saints game with a shoulder injury and it appears it is still bothering him as he DNP today.
Anthony Walker pops up on the injury report with a limited practice due to a hamstring injury, something to monitor throughout the week.