Davis suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's game against the Falcons and is doubtful to return. The severity of the injury is still unknown, but it's not a promising sign for Colts' fans that Davis is likely done for the day. With Davis on the sidelines look for Darius Butler to finish out the game at corner.
Colts corner back Vontae Davis (foot) is active for Thursday's game in Houston, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reports. Assuming his foot isn't a big limitation, Davis will likely shadow NFL target leader DeAndre Hopkins for most of the night. Quarterbacks typically avoid throwing in Davis' direction, but Texans signal-caller Ryan Mallett won't have much choice but to test the star corner.
Colts cornerback Vontae Davis (foot) is questionable for Thursday's contest against the Texans, according to the team's official website. It's still unclear when Davis may have suffered the injury, but his status Wednesday certainly doesn't bode well for chances to play against the Texans. If he's unable to go, Greg Toler, who has missed all season with a neck injury, could start in his place.
Colts cornerback Vontae Davis missed Monday's walk-through practice, the team's official web site reports. He was seen earlier with a boot on his left foot, ESPN reports. While his exact injury isn't clear, he doesn't have much time to recover from any injury with the Colts playing again Thursday.
Colts top cornerback Vontae Davis has cleared concussion protocol and is listed as active Sunday against Tennessee. Davis is line to start at cornerback for the Colts opposite Jalil Brown, which is good news for an Indianapolis secondary that is minus the services of both Darius Butler and Greg Toler this weekend.