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Colts Final Injury Report for Week 16: 3 Colts already ruled out, Hooker questionable vs Panthers

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The Indianapolis Colts have had consecutive days without three of their members of the secondary so far this week already. Heading into their Week 16 game against the Carolina Panthers, that certainly isn’t an ideal situation as the Colts close on a disappointing season.

And as today’s injury report hits, the Colts have already ruled out three of their defenders for Sunday’s matchup. Earlier this afternoon the team announced that Denico Autry, Kenny Moore II, and Quincy Wilson will all be sidelined putting the defense in an iffy position.

Moore has been the Colts’ best cornerback by a wide margin this season, and Autry has led the interior defensive line in sacks (3.5) and combined tackles this season (32). Adding in Wilson as a depth piece definitely doesn’t help matters, however, Briean Boddy-Calhoun will likely be seeing a significant role this Sunday. How we should feel about that has yet to be determined.

Aside from the three who won’t suit up Sunday, Malik Hooker was a full participant after being a non-participant the past two days and is classified as questionable. Additionally, Anthony Walker was limited Wednesday and Thursday, but was full-go today and won’t carry an injury designation into Sunday’s game.