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Colts Injury Report: QB Wentz, RT Smith and CB Rhodes All Miss Practice

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The Indianapolis Colts today released their Wednesday injury report for Week 3 of the NFL season ahead of their Sunday game.

Linebacker Jordan Glasgow missed practice today with a concussion. Glasgow is currently in the league’s concussion protocol and will have to pass through the leagues steps in order to play on Sunday. Glasgow is a huge part of the Colts special teams unit.

Wide receiver Zach Pascal missed practice today with an illness. It appears not to be a COVID-19 related illness or Pascal would have been added to the Covid-19 list. Hopefully Pascal can return to practice either tomorrow or Friday. Pascal has been a massive part of the Colts offense so far this season.

Cornerback Xavier Rhodes continues to miss practice with a calf injury. Rhodes is yet to practice in the regular season this year and is noticeably missed in the Colts secondary. Rhodes looks like he could miss his third game in a row this year.

Right tackle Braden Smith missed practice today with foot and thumb injuries. Smith injured his foot Week 1 and missed the Week 2 game. Coach Reich said today that Smith has a foot strain and it appears that he could miss this weeks game too.

Quarterback Carson Wentz missed practice today with ankle injuries. Wentz sparined both his ankle against the Rams. Coach Reich said today that Wentz could miss all weeks practice and still play but the more practice he misses this week the less likely he is to play on Sunday against the Titans. It could be the Jacob Eason show this week.

Wide receiver Parris Campbell was limited today with an abdomen injury. Campbell missed last weeks game with with the abdomen injury, Campbell is still struggling with the abdomen injury as he is limited today, Hopefully Campbell can progress through the week and play Sunday.

Safety Julian Blackmon was limited today with a shoulder injury. Blackmon will be counted on to help stop the Titans offense which feature weapons in both the run and pass game. Blackmon will be one to monitored this week. If he can’t go this week then it could be George Odum who steps into a starting role this week.