The Indianapolis Colts are heading into their finale of the 2019 season as they travel to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars. The team’s injury report has been a little rough thus far, but it has been improving slightly as well.
After being in concussion protocol, and not participating Wednesday, Quenton Nelson was limited yesterday. Darius Leonard was also an improvement from the team’s initial report and was a full participant yesterday after being sidelined Wednesday.
This progression was extremely positive considering these two are arguably the best players on their respective sides of the ball.
Today’s report, however, offers some very bad news. In spite of not being on the report on Wednesday at all, Jordan Wilkins was not only limited yesterday, but was officially ruled out today. Wilkins had a great game in Week 16, but will not be able to supplement in the Colts running game in their season finale.
Quincy Wilson was also ruled out this afternoon, and while he isn’t a major loss individually, with a beat up secondary, the Colts could really use the extra body.
As it currently stands, Denico Autry and Khari Willis are doubtful, Kenny Moore II, Al-Quadin Muhammad, and Nelson are all questionable heading into the Colts matchup with the Jaguars.
The outlook doesn’t look great for many of these to be active Sunday considering their participation and designations at this point. Sunday’s game may be tough to watch, and likely more competitive than most would expect.