Bostic tallied a team high ten tackles (eight solo) in Sunday's triumph over the Browns. One of Bostic's tackles was for a loss to go along with one pass defended. The inside linebacker was all over the field in the contest, and was the only Colts' defender to see the field for all 77 defensive snaps. The 26-year-old will look to continue his stellar play Sunday night against the Seahawks.
Bostic started at WILL linebacker and had seven tackles in Sunday's loss to the Rams. Indy's linebacking corps struggled against the pass Sunday. Bostic played his first game since 2015 after missing last season with a foot injury. While he didn't fare well against the pass, he may get a lot of opportunities to make tackles with a defense that will struggle to get off the field.
Bostic (finger) returned to practice Tuesday, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports. Bostic, who underwent surgery Saturday to insert a small plate in a fractured finger, played with a club-like wrap on the afflicted hand Tuesday. While it isn't clear how long he'll need the appendage, it doesn't sound as if Bostic's practice availability is in question moving forward. However, his availability for Saturday's preseason matchup with the Cowboys is far less certain.
Bostic and Antonio Morrison appear to be the Colts' first-string inside linebackers to start camp, the Indianapolis Star reports. Bostic missed last season when he suffered a fractured left foot in training camp. He'll battle Morrison, Edwin Jackson, Sean Spence and rookie Anthony Walker for playing time in an unsettled linebacker corps.
Bostic (foot) participated in Tuesday's OTAs and got work as a starting inside linebacker, the team's official web site reports. Bostic missed last season when he suffered a fractured left foot in training camp. It looks like he's ready to practice at full speed. He'll compete for a starting inside linebacker role this summer.
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