Brown (ankle) will not play in Saturday's game against the Ravens according to head coach Chuck Pagano.
Brown will be on the sidelines for a second straight game this preseason as he continues to nurse an ankle injury, for which no timetable has been announced. Once healthy, the 28-year-old figures to compete for backup cornerback role with Tevin Mitchel (shoulder) and Darius Butler (hamstring), who are both also nursing injuries.
Smith has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Eagles due to an ankle injury, Kirk Larrabee of 247sports.com reports.
Smith is one of six Colt's cornerbacks who will not be playing on Saturday, leaving the team with just half of their corner's available for the game. The specifics of Smith's injury is unknown beyond being an ankle issue, and it's unclear when he'll be able to return. Look for Christopher Milton and Frankie Williams to see some extra reps with Smith out.
Butler didn't return to Saturday's game versus the Eagles due to an ankle injury.
The Colts may have removed Butler as a precautionary measure with Pro Bowl cornerback Vontae Davis (ankle) out for at least the next month and starting CB Patrick Robinson tending to a groin injury. Butler's practice participation in the coming days will impart the severity of the injury, one way or another.
Whitehurst (hamstring) has been placed on injured reserve, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
With Andrew Luck (kidney) and Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder) uncertain for Week 17, there's some chance Stephen Morris could get the start in a game that's unlikely to have any impact on the playoff picture. In addition to needing a win and a Texans loss, the Colts need at least six other games to go in their favor to hand them the strength-of-victory tiebreaker. Whitehurst, meanwhile, is set to become an unrestricted free agent after the season.
Davis has ligament damage in ankle and is expected to miss at least first month of season, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Colts head coach Chuck Pagano had only termed Davis' injury as "week to week" but this report would indicate he'll be out much longer. With Davis, Patrick Robinson (groin), Darius Butler (hamstring) and Jalil Brown (ankle) all hurt, the Colts signed Antonio Cromartie on Monday.
Anderson (knee) will not play in the Colt's preseason game against the Eagles on Saturday, Mike Chappell of indysportscentral.com reports.
Anderson missed time this offseason and training camp as he recovered from a torn ACL. Though he was removed from the PUP list earlier this week, the team is being cautious and will sit him for the team's third preseason game. He may see the field for Indianapolis' final preseason game, next week Thursday against the Bengals.
Robinson (groin) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Eagles, Mike Chappell of indysportscentral.com reports.
Robinson is one of seven players in the Colt's secondary that will not play in Saturday's tilt, leaving the team extremely thin at the position. Robinson hasn't practiced this week but is considered day-to-day and he could return for the team's final preseason matchup, next Thursday against the Bengals. Look for Frankie Williams to see a significant increase in reps with so many players out.
Moore (hamstring) will remain sidelined for Saturday's preseason game against the Eagles, Mike Chappell of IndySportsCentral.com reports.
Moore is dealing with what originally was listed as a "pretty significant" hamstring injury. He's currently considered week-to-week and is slated to miss a second consecutive preseason game on Saturday. Moore doesn't appear to be on the brink of a return and isn't guaranteed to be ready for the team's preseason finale, let alone their Week 1 matchup with the Lions. We'll likely see his status updated once he's back at practice, which should give us a better indication of a potential return date in the future.
Langford (knee) is expected to be ready for Week 1, according to team doctors.
Earlier in the preseason, Langford suffered damage to cartilage in his knee but it shouldn't deter him from taking the field Week 1. Until then, look for Zach Kerr and Sterling Bailey to lead the charge at defensive end for the remainder of the preseason.
Jones will be suspended for the first four games of the 2016 season for violating the NFL policy on PEDs, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.
Jones missed the entire 2015 season due to torn ligaments in his ankle and did not participate in spring practices. He may have been sidelined to start the season even without the suspension, but this still hurts Indy's depth on the defensive line.
Geathers (foot) is considered doubtful for the team's regular season opener, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
Geathers has been dealing with a foot injury that he suffered during the offseason and despite original expectations that it wasn't a long-term injury, it appears he won't be ready in time for Week 1. He's been limited to biking and treadmill work recently and hasn't done any cutting, which makes it seem as if Geathers could still be a ways off from a return to the field. T.J. Green is currently the leading candidate to start at free safety for the Colts.
Charles is behind schedule in his recovery from last year's torn ACL and has not yet regained the role of featured back, ESPN reports. "For Jamaal, it's [a matter of] getting trust in the leg,'' head coach Andy Reid said. "Every day he does a little but more and a little bit more and his cuts are a little bit sharper. It's just a matter of time and we're OK there. We're OK with that.''
Spencer Ware has been getting the most snaps with the starters in practice along with Charcandrick West, with few left for Charles, the report adds. This report would make it appear that Charles may begin the season in a reserve role or as part of committee at running back. Watch his progress closely as Week 1 of the regular season approaches.
West (elbow) has been ruled out for the Chiefs' third preseason game Saturday against the Bears, BJ Kissel of the team's official site reports.
West was thought to have had a chance at playing in this one, but the Chiefs likely don't want to take their chances on the pesky elbow injury he's been nursing for over a week. However, all indications point towards West being ready for the regular season opener when the Chiefs square off with a Chargers team that allowed the 27th-most yards rushing in 2015.
Hali (knee) has recently returned to practice but is still dealing with swelling and pain in his knee and he will likely sit out the preseason finale at a minimum, Adam Teicher of ESPN reports.
The veteran linebacker hasn't seen any preseason action to this point, so even if he were to play in Week 1, it's no guarantee he will be in game shape. With Justin Houston (knee) having ben placed on the regular-season PUP list, the Chiefs are counting on Hali and Dee Ford to pick up the slack at outside linebacker. While he may no longer have the mobility and upside of years past, Hali should be a serviceable pass rusher again in 2016 if he can remain healthy
Bray (neck) will start at quarterback for the Chiefs on Thursday, Terez Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports
Bray has been nursing a neck injury for several weeks now, but it appears the Chiefs third stringer will be ready in time for the season opener. Bray is expected to be under center for most of the preseason finale.