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Colts News: If knee injury sidelines Ryan Kelly, Colts will turn to rookie Danny Pinter

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If knee injury sidelines Ryan Kelly, Colts will turn to rookie Danny Pinter | Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS – The possibilities reside at different ends of the spectrum. One: Ryan Kelly. Two: Danny Pinter. Those are the options at center as the Indianapolis Colts emerge from their bye and head to Detroit to face the Lions on Sunday. Kelly, the unquestioned leader of the offensive line. His status is uncertain after he “dinged’’ a […]

Colts: Ryan Kelly (knee), Mo Alie-Cox (knee) questionable vs. Lions
Darius Leonard set to make his return against Lions

Colts Notebook: Kelly questionable with knee injury | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
INDIANAPOLIS — Ryan Kelly was reduced to a spectator during the Indianapolis Colts’ last two practices.

TE Mo Alie-Cox & C Ryan Kelly both questionable Sunday vs. the Lions; LB Darius Leonard expected to play
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said today that no players have been ruled out of Sunday's Week 8 matchup against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field, but tight end Mo Alie-Cox and center Ryan Kelly are both being labeled as questionable.

Colts Friday Notebook: Darius Leonard Will Play Against Lions | 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan
Colts Friday Notebook: Darius Leonard Will Play Against Lions

Colts/Lions Game Preview: The Indianapolis Colts travel to take on the Detroit Lions Sunday in their 2020 Week 8 matchup at Ford Field
Fresh off their bye week, the Indianapolis Colts (4-2) on Sunday travel to take on the Detroit Lions (3-3), winners of two straight and three of their last four, at Ford Field. Check out the official game preview.

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With Darius Leonard returning, will Colts or Lions prevail? – The Athletic
If Philip Rivers can connect on a few downfield shots, that will give rookie Jonathan Taylor more holes to hit.

Colts pass rush needs to get its edge back
The Colts had nine sacks in the first three games; Indianapolis has just four in the past three, in part because quarterbacks keep escaping the pocket

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