The Indianapolis Colts today released their Thursday injury report for week 3 of the NFL season.
Tight end Jack Doyle (knee) managed to practice today, albeit it in a limited capacity, for the first time in over a week. This is great news for the Colts as Doyle is a big part of what the team does in Frank Reich’s tight end centric offense. It’s good to see Doyle trending in the right direction but he will likely still be a long shot to play Sunday against the Jets.
Cornerback Rock Ya-Sin (illness) continues to miss practice this week with what the team is still is simply calling an illness. Unless Ya-Sin manages to practice in some capacity tomorrow then it’s almost certain Ya-Sin will miss this Sunday’s game against the Jets.
Safety Julian Blackmon (knee) remains limited as he has all year as he continues to work his way back from the torn ACL he injured back in December.
Linebacker Matthew Adams (ankle) misses practice for the second day in a row. This shouldn’t come as a surprise after Frank Reich’s comments to the media yesterday in which he said Adams is set to be out for a couple of weeks.