The Indianapolis Colts today released their final injury report for week 3 of the NFL season.
Linebacker Matthew Adams has been ruled OUT for Sunday’s game against the Jets with an ankle injury. Frank Reich told the media earlier in the week that Adams will be out for a few weeks so seeing him ruled out this week after not practising all week should not come as a surprise.
Cornerback Rock Ya-Sin is set to miss his second game in a row after being a game day inactive last week with an illness. Ya-Sin missed this weeks practice with the illness and Frank Reich revealed today Ya-Sin had a procedure this week and that the team is optimistic he will return soon.
Tight end Jack Doyle has been designated as QUESTIONABLE for the game this Sunday against the Jets after managing to improve each day, from not practising Wednesday to being a full practice participant today. Doyle is listed as questionable so could still miss out but it is looking optimistic for him playing Sunday.
Safety Julian Blackmon remains limited as he has done all year as he returns to full fitness from tearing his ACL in December. The good news is even though Balckmon was limited all week he doesn’t have an injury designation for the game.
Defensive tackle Deforest Buckner missed practice today with a back injury but doesn’t have an injury designation for Sunday’s game so it appears to be relatively minor but it should be something to monitor going forward if it continues to be a niggling injury.
Four Colts veterans had their veteran rest day today: left tackle Anthony Castonzo, defensive lineman Denico Autry, wide receiver TY Hilton and defensive end Justin Houston which rounds out today’s injury report.