The Indianapolis Colts today released their Monday injury report for week 10 of the NFL season ahead of their Thursday night game. Monday’s practice was a walkthrough so the injury report is only an estimation of players participation if there was a practice.
With today's walkthrough, Monday's injury report is only an estimation of a player’s participation if there was a practice. pic.twitter.com/TsC6iZsfLb— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) November 9, 2020
Linebacker Matthew Adams missed practice today with a not injury related designation. The Colts have used this designation for several different reasons in the past but most recently when four players were deemed close contacts to a staff member who tested positive for COVID-19. So it will be interesting to see if there is any further information released about Adams this week.
Tight end Mo Alie-Cox missed practice with a knee injury. Alie-Cox has been struggling with a knee injury for the past few weeks and keeps showing up on the teams injury reports. He is clearly struggling to shake the knee injury and it may be affecting his in game snaps and targets. Aloe-Cox progress is definitely something to monitor especially on a short week and with other injuries at the position.
Tight end Jack Doyle missed practice today with a concussion. Doyle left Sunday’s game early with a head injury after taking a hit to the head from a Ravens defender. It was reported today by the media that Doyle had entered into the leagues concussion protocol. With Doyle being in the leagues concussion protocol he misses practice today and while on a short week looks unlikely to be able to pass through the necessary concussion checks in time to play on Thursday night.
Wide receiver TY Hilton practiced fully today. Hilton missed all of practice last week and was ruled out of last Sunday’s game with the Ravens due to a groin injury he picked up against the Lions in week 9. The Colts offense is struggling at the moment and is in need of play makers, hopefully Hilton can make his return on Thursday and spark up some big offensive plays to get the offense going again.