Campbell (foot) is 100 percent healthy and has been running routes since March or April, Andrew Walker of Colts.com reports.
The 2019 second-round pick had terrible luck as a rookie, suffering a sports hernia, a broken hand, a fractured foot and a hamstring injury. He somehow managed to play seven games in between, putting up an 18-127-1 receiving line on 196 offensive snaps. The Colts expect Campbell to handle a much bigger role in Year 2, with coach Frank Reich specifically mentioning the slot as a place where the soon-to-be 23-year-old should thrive. T.Y. Hilton and rookie second-round pick Michael Pittman also are capable of working inside, while Campbell has the size/speed profile to function as an outside receiver if need be. Reich will have plenty of options as he decides how to deploy his wide receivers for new quarterback Philip Rivers.
Colts coach Frank Reich said Tuesday that he anticipates Campbell (foot) seeing more reps out of the slot in 2020, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports.
Reich indicated that while he's willing to move Campbell around the formation, the slot may be the best spot for the second-year receiver to find consistent playing time with No. 1 target T.Y. Hilton and rookie Michael Pittman profiling as the top options out wide. Campbell was limited to just seven games in 2019 -- with a sports hernia, hamstring injury, broken hand and foot fracture costing him time. Reich noted that Campbell is still going through the final stages of his rehab for the broken foot, so the expectation is that the 22-year-old will be ready to go for the start of training camp.
Campbell (foot) has been rehabbing in Indianapolis, hoping to be healthy enough for high-intensity workouts by mid-February, Jim Ayello of The Indianapolis Star reports.
The second-round pick broke his foot during a Week 14 loss to Tampa Bay, capping off a frustrating rookie season that also featured a sports hernia, a hamstring injury and a broken hand. Campbell actually played with the foot fracture throughout much of that Week 14 contest, but X-rays after the game revealed it to be a season-ending injury. He finished the year with an 18-127-1 receiving line on 24 targets and four carries for 34 yards, averaging 28 offensive snaps in seven appearances. Campbell should return to health before OTAs, at which point he'll compete for the Colts' No. 2 or 3 spot at wide receiver.
Campbell, whom the Colts placed on injured reserve Monday, suffered a fractured foot in Sunday's 38-35 loss to the Buccaneers, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Fresh off returning from a four-game layoff due to a broken right hand, Campbell suffered another injury that will result in the third multi-week absence of his rookie season. The wideout could need surgery to address the fractured foot, but the expectation is that he'll be back to full strength for training camp, if not the Colts' offseason program. Campbell's injury woes put a damper on his first NFL season, with the second-round pick out of Ohio State appearing in just seven games and providing 18 receptions for 127 yards and a touchdown on 24 targets.
The Colts placed Campbell on injured reserve Monday due to an unspecified issue.
After missing four games following surgery to address a fractured right hand, Campbell returned to action in a starting role in Sunday's 38-35 loss to the Buccaneers, playing 31 of the Colts' 63 offensive snaps (49 percent) in the contest and finishing with three catches for 12 yards on five targets. Campbell wasn't known to have suffered from an injury during the game, but his move to IR implies that the Colts weren't anticipating him playing in any of their final three games. Expect more clarity on Campbell's health situation to come in the next few days, but he'll nonetheless conclude a disappointing rookie campaign with 18 receptions for 127 yards and a touchdown over seven appearances.
Coach Frank Reich confirmed Campbell (hand) will be available to play Sunday against the Buccaneers, barring a setback, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.
Campbell opened the week as a full participant in practice and wasn't restricted Thursday or Friday either, so he'll put an end to a four-game absence in Tampa Bay. With top wideout T.Y. Hilton (calf) ruled out for another game, Campbell could immediately slide into a starting role at receiver alongside Zach Pascal on Sunday. Even if Hilton returns at some point during the final three games of the season, Campbell could retain a sizable role in the Colts' passing attack with three other key receiving options (Eric Ebron, Devin Funchess and Chester Rogers) on injured reserve.
Campbell (hand) practiced fully Wednesday, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
Campbell has been out since fracturing his hand in Week 9, but his full participation at practice Wednesday suggests that he's trending toward a return to action Sunday against the Buccaneers. If he's ready to go this weekend, Campbell would provide the Colts' wideout corps with a much-needed boost, as top option T.Y. Hilton is iffy for Week 14 due to a calf injury.
Campbell (hand) will practice Wednesday, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.
Campbell logged a trio of limited practices last week before being ruled out ahead of the Colts' loss to the Titans, so he could realistically have a similar cap on his reps Wednesday. With T.Y. Hilton (calf) also withheld from practice, the Colts' healthy receiving corps currently consists of Zach Pascal, Marcus Johnson, Ashton Dulin and Chad Williams. If the rookie second-round pick manages to return to full health in time for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, he stands to benefit from both a favorable matchup and an increased target share.
Coach Frank Reich said it's "too soon to tell" if Campbell (hand) will be cleared for Sunday's matchup against the Buccaneers, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Campbell was given a similarly ambiguous status a week ago but was inactive for this past Sunday's loss to the Titans. If he's able to get healthy, the rookie second-rounder is slated for increased duties against the Bucs' 31st-ranked pass defense (282.8 yards allowed per game) since T.Y. Hilton (calf) is trending in the wrong direction.
Campbell (hand) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Titans.
With Campbell still out Sunday, Zach Pascal, Chester Rogers and Marcus Johnson will continue to see added snaps at wide receiver for the Colts, with T.Y. Hilton (calf) out and Devin Funchess (collarbone) still on IR.
Campbell (hand) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans.
Despite practicing all week -- albeit in a limited fashion -- Campbell's Week 13 status remains unclear, according to Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site. As evidence, coach Frank Reich noted Friday, "I'm not so sure [Campbell's] gonna make it this week, but we're gonna wait another day to make that decision." If Campbell is limited or out Sunday, Zach Pascal, Chester Rogers and Marcus Johnson would continue to see added snaps at wide receiver this weekend. T.Y. Hilton (calf) and Devin Funchess (collarbone) have already been ruled out by the team.
Campbell (hand) remained limited at practice Thursday.
We'll look for added clarity with regard to Campbell's Week 13 status no later than Friday, but with T.Y. Hilton (calf) ruled out for Sunday's game against the Titans and Devin Funchess (collarbone) not yet ready to play, Campbell -- if available -- could step into a key role in the team's passing game this weekend.
Campbell (hand) was limited at practice Wednesday, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
Campbell, who is bouncing back from a procedure on his right hand that he underwent about three weeks ago, has a chance to play Sunday against the Titans, but first the Colts want to see how the rookie wideout looks at practice in the coming days. If Campbell is able to return to action this weekend, he could step into a key role opposite T.Y. Hilton (calf), with Devin Funchess (collarbone) still not ready to play.
Coach Frank Reich said Campbell (hand) could be able to play Sunday against the Titans, Mike Chappell of Fox 59 News Indianapolis reports.
Campbell suffered the fractured hand Week 9 against the Steelers and has missed the last three games as a result. The rookie second-round pick's participation at practice later this week should provide a clearer idea of his potential availability for this weekend.
Campbell (hand) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Texans.
Campbell was listed as a limited practice participant Monday through Wednesday, but it's worth noting that the submitted reports were only estimates, as the Colts only staged walk-through sessions on the short week. He'll look to fit in some actual on-field practice reps in Week 13 prep, potentially setting him up for a return to action in the Dec. 1 matchup with the Titans.
Campbell turned in a limited practice Tuesday.
Campbell continues trending in the right direction after an estimated limited practice Monday. While he is not expected to suit up Thursday against the Texans, he looks on track to return for his target date of Week 13 against Tennessee.
Campbell (hand) was estimated as a limited participated on Monday's injury report.
The Colts only held a walkthrough Monday, but the fact Campbell was expected to participate in some capacity is a good sign for his recovery from a fractured hand. The rookie second-round pick may not be able to return for Thursday's game at Houston due to the short week of preparation, but he appears on track for a return Week 13 as previously expected.
Campbell (hand) is aiming to return Week 13 against the Titans, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Campbell is in the midst of the second multi-game absence of his rookie season, previously having missing a pair of contests following surgery on his abdomen. He told George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin that he suffered a broken hand in the fourth quarter of the Colts' Week 9 loss at Pittsburgh, which seemingly will keep him sidelined for three contests. If that timeline holds true, he'll complete his recovery in time for a Dec. 1 divisional matchup with Tennessee.
Campbell broke his hand during Sunday's loss to the Steelers and will undergo surgery, Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis reports.
Campbell will miss time, but the Colts don't plan on placing him on injured reserve. This means Campbell has a shot to return at some point during the regular season, and he should be good to go if the Colts make the playoffs. It's a disappointing diagnosis, and Campbell is coming off the best performance of his rookie campaign, as he hauled in all five targets for 53 yards and rushed three times for 27 yards Sunday. The Colts already are without T.Y. Hilton (calf) for the next two games, so Zach Pascal, Chester Rogers and Deon Cain figure to be the team's top three receivers.
Campbell (hand) hauled in all five of his targets for 53 yards in Week 9 against Pittsburgh. He also added three rushes for 27 yards.
Campbell brought a big-play element to the Colts' offense in the absence of T.Y. Hilton (calf), accounting for three plays of 15 or more yards. The team emphasized getting him the ball in situations where he could display his athleticism, with his biggest gain of the contest coming on a short pass early in the second quarter, which he turned upfield for a 27-yard gain. He was also used as a ball carrier on a reverse, which he converted into a 22-yard gain. After the game, Campbell underwent an x-ray on his hand, though the results were inconclusive. As a result, his status heading into the team's Week 10 matchup against the Dolphins is up in the air.
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