Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich had his weekly conference call Tuesday with the media and gave several updates.
Frank Reich says Denico Autry developed concussion symptoms after last night’s game. He’s in the protocol. #Colts— George Bremer (@gmbremer) December 17, 2019
Frank Reich informed the media that defensive tackle Denico Autry has been diagnosed with concussion symptoms and therefore been placed in the leagues concussion protocol. Autry has been a mainstay and cornerstone along the defensive line since he signed with the team in 2018.
Reich says no plans to go away from Jacoby Brissett in these final two games. Gave a long, interesting answer about why but suffice it to say for now: "He's our quarterback."— Jim Ayello (@jimayello) December 17, 2019
Frank Reich reiterated that the team plan to go forward with Jacoby Brissett being the teams quarterback for the final two games stating that Brissett “he’s out quarterback. Reich also shot down the possibility of Chad Kelly taking over for Brissett.
Frank Reich weighing the Colts' disappointment in 2019, and how the next two weeks will play into next season: pic.twitter.com/jtAnCTnlSp— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) December 17, 2019
When talking about the 2019 season Reich was very upfront about the disappointment in the season saying how “disgusted” the team was. Considering the team has very high expectation entering the season to be sat where the Colts are now with a 6-8 record and out of the playoffs “disgusted” seems quite fitting.