The Indianapolis Colts today released their final injury report for week 11 of the NFL season.
Defensive end Denico Autry has been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list and is ruled OUT for Sunday’s game against the Packers. With Autry missing the Packers game the Colts will be without their starting defensive end. The most likely replacement for Autry is Tyquan Lewis or Al-Quadin Muhammad, it will be interesting to see who gets the start Sunday and their impact on the game in place of Autry.
Tight end Jack Doyle is QUESTIONABLE for Sunday with a concussion. Doyle missed last weeks game against the Titans with the concussion he suffered against the Ravens in week 9. Doyle managed two full practices this week and should be in line to play Sunday if he passes through the concussion protocol in time.
Defensive end Kemoko Turay is QUESTIONABLE with an ankle injury. Turay has been injured since last year when he damaged his ankle and ended up on injured reserve. Turay was activated off the Physically Unable to Perform list earlier in the week. Turay has participated in two practices this week, in a limited capacity, and after Colts head coach spoke to the media today he confirmed Turay will make his season debut Sunday.
Tight end Noah Togiai is QUESTIONABLE with a knee injury. Togiai is one of the Colts back up tight ends and has been inactive most of the year. Togiai missed two practices this week and is looking very unlikely to feature Sunday.
Offensive tackle Braden Smith is QUESTIONABLE with a thumb injury. It was reported today by NFL Networks Ian Rapoport that Smith had injured his thumb in practice but that it wouldn’t stop him from playing Sunday. Frank Reich then went on to confirm to the media that Smith should be good to go for the Packers game.
Cornerback Isaiah Rodgers is QUESTIONABLE with a knee injury. Rodgers missed practice today but hadn’t been on the injury report earlier in the week. Rodgers is the teams primary kick returner and offers a huge play making ability on special teams. Hopefully he can play on Sunday as the Colts will need the edge on special teams.