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Colts Final Injury Report for Week 14: Hilton and Moore are out Sunday, Hooker and Ya-Sin questionable

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Yesterday the Indianapolis Colts were without T.Y. Hilton, Kenny Moore II, and Malik Hooker at practice, but Marlon Mack and Parris Campbell were both full participants. In preparation for their Week 14 matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Colts are going to need playmakers and a competent secondary to be at their best.

Rock Ya-Sin was limited yesterday, which makes that task a bit more worrisome, but the Colts have little choice but to put their best game in a couple months together or risk being out of all realistic talk for the playoffs.

Earlier in the day the Colts announced that, both, Hilton, Moore, and Adam Vinatieri were all out this week which paves the way for Chase Mclaughlin to see what he can do, and possibly a future with the team.

Additionally, Rock Ya-Sin was a non-participant today, and Malik Hooker was a full participant, yet they are both listed as questionable for Sunday in Tampa Bay. Clayton Geathers, Marlon Mack, Parris Campbell, and Mo Alie-Cox — who’ve all been on the report this week — all appear to be cleared, and expected to play which will hopefully mitigate the loss of Hilton to a degree.

There were several rest days given today, and that may be the best policy given the time of year the Colts are in, and that they need everyone available to be at full health during the game.