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Colts Injury Report: 5 Miss Practice and 3 Limited

Indianapolis Colts v Tennessee Titans Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

The Indianapolis Colts today released their Wednesday injury report for week 11 of the NFL season.

Tight end Trey Burton missed practice today with a scheduled rest day. Burton has been having regular Wednesday rest days since he returned from injured reserve. Burton injured his calf in training camp and ended up on injured reserve because of it. Burton should be full go this week after his rest day.

Tight end Jack Doyle missed practice today with a concussion. Doyle is still in the leagues concussion protocol after suffering a blow to the head against the Baltimore Ravens. Doyle looks doubtful at best for the weekend game against the Packers unless he can quickly pass through the concussion protocol.

Defensive end Justin Houston missed practice today with a scheduled rest day. Houston has been having regular rest days this year to help keep him fresh through out the week and ready for Sunday’s game.

Cornerback Kenny Moore missed practice with a rib injury. Moore suffered the rib injury against the Titans that forced him out the game. Moore is a key part of the Colts secondary so hopefully he can manage to practice at some point this week and be able to play Sunday.

Safety Khari Willis missed practice today with a rib injury. Willis popping up on the injury report is worrying, especially when the Colts are due to play one of the best passing offenses in the league. Hopefully Willis can bounce back from this and manage to ramp up his practice participation. Willis will be on to monitor this week.

Tight end Mo Alie-Cox was limited in practice today with a knee injury. Alie-Cox has been dealing with a knee injury for a few weeks now and he appears to be still struggling and hampering him. With the shape of the tight end group at the moment the team could really use a healthy Alie-Cox.

Safety Julain Balckmon was limited at practice with a knee/pelvis injury. Blackmon has been outstanding so far in his rookie year. The Colts will need a fully healthy secondary against the Packers high flying offense. Blackmon is one to monitor through the week.

Defensive end Kemoko Turay was limited today with an ankle injury. Turay was activated off the PUP list this week and is working his way back to full strength. Turay should be able to see his first action of the year against the Packers on Sunday.