Three starters from the Indianapolis Colts have resumed practice.

Three starters from the Indianapolis Colts have resumed practice.


Ahead of their Sunday matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Indianapolis Colts today released their Wednesday injury report for Week 6 of the NFL season.

Mo Alie-Cox, a tight end, missed practice today because of a concussion.
During Sunday’s contest against the Titans, Alie-Cox suffered a concussion.
Alie-Cox left the game early and was quickly ruled out after being examined; he will now enter the league’s concussion protocol.
He appears to have little hope for Sunday’s game against the Titans.

Braden Smith, the right tackle, was hurt in his foot and wrist today, so he was unable to practice.
Despite his outstanding performance against the Titans, Smith was able to play the entire game, but it appears that he has suffered as a result.
This week, Smith will be a person to pay close attention to.

Left tackle Bernhard Raimann and defensive end Kwity Paye both participated in a full practice today.
Due to concussions, both were forced to miss the entire previous week of practice as well as the Titans game.
The fact that they both completed a full practice today is encouraging for their chances of finishing the concussion protocol and being available on Sunday.

Shaquille Leonard, a linebacker, took part fully in today’s practice.
Due to a groin injury, Leonard was unable to play against the Titans on Sunday.
He appears to have made a full recovery and is able to practice.
Leonard will need to put a strong week of practice behind him, but it appears that he might be available for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars.


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