Campbell (abdomen) wasn't present for Monday's practice, Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis reports.
The Colts won't reveal their first injury report of Week 7 until Wednesday, but Campbell's absence from Monday's session coming off a bye week suggests that he's still in rehab mode after undergoing an abdominal procedure earlier this month. Assuming Campbell remains sidelined for Sunday's matchup with the Texans, the likes of Zach Pascal, Deon Cain and Chester Rogers should all be in store for meaningful roles in the receiver rotation behind top wideout T.Y. Hilton.
Coach Frank Reich relayed Friday that Campbell is out indefinitely after undergoing a procedure to address an abdominal injury, Stephen Holder of The Athletic reports.
Reich didn't officially rule Campbell out beyond Sunday's game in Kansas City, but the wideout will most likely miss multiple contests after going under the knife. It's a disappointing development for the rookie, who had just garnered a season-high eight targets while playing 63 percent of the offensive snaps in the Week 4 loss to the Raiders. Campbell's absence should help the likes of Zach Pascal, Deon Cain and Chester Rogers earn regular snaps as depth wideouts behind No. 1 receiver T.Y. Hilton (quadriceps).
Campbell (abdominal) didn't practice Thursday.
Campbell succumbed to the abdominal injury in the Colts' Week 4 loss to the Raiders, missing a few plays as a result but ultimately remaining in the contest. The rookie's inability to practice either Wednesday or Thursday suddenly puts his availability for Sunday's game against the Chiefs in question, with more clarity on that front likely to come based on what he's able to do during the Colts' final practice of the week Friday.
Campbell (abdomen) didn't practice Wednesday, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
Campbell's Week 5 status gains added import, with T.Y. Hilton still dealing with a quadriceps injury and also unable to practice Wednesday. Campbell recorded five catches for 25 yards on a season-high eight targets in this past Sunday's loss to Oakland.
Campbell suffered an abdominal injury during Sunday's 31-24 loss to the Raiders, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports.
Campbell picked up the issue during the second quarter of Sunday's loss, but he was able to retake the field and play the whole second half. It's encouraging that the rookie second-round pick was able to finish the game, but the nature and severity still remain undisclosed. With T.Y. Hilton (quadriceps) also managing an injury, the Colts may kick off practice this week with only Deon Cain, Zach Pascal, Chester Rogers and Ashton Dulin as healthy options at the receiver position.
Campbell had five receptions for 25 yards on eight targets in Sunday's loss to Oakland.
Campbell missed some time in the second quarter due to an abdominal injury but was able to play the entire second half. He led the Colts (along with Jack Doyle) with eight targets. Campbell had an encouraging game as he had the most looks among Indy receivers and got the start along with Deon Cain. Campbell needs some work as he didn't look back on a deep toss from Jacoby Brissett that could have been a long touchdown. Campbell could emerge as the top receiver if T.Y. Hilton remains sidelined with a quad injury and may remain the No. 2 receiver when Hilton returns. However, the Colts have spread the ball around to all the receivers and tight ends, which could limit his upside.
Campbell (abdomen) returned to Sunday's contest against the Raiders, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.
Campbell barely missed any snaps, given that he suffered his injury late in the second quarter and was cleared shortly following halftime. The rookie second-round pick will resume operating as Indianapolis' top kick returner. With T.Y. Hilton (quadriceps) inactive, Campbell could be in line for increased targets to close out Sunday's game.
Campbell is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Raiders due to an abdominal injury, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
Campbell exited Sunday's contest late in the second quarter, so he'll spend halftime undergoing further medical evaluation. With T.Y. Hilton (quadriceps) inactive, the Colts could be forced to proceed with Deon Cain, Zach Pascal and Chester Rogers as their top wide receivers if Campbell is unable to return.
Campbell and Deon Cain could be in for larger roles with T.Y. Hilton (quad) listed as doubtful on the official injury report for Sunday's game against Oakland, Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis reports.
Campbell could emerge as the most targeted receiver Sunday as his role in the offense has grown each week (32 snaps on offense in Week 3 after 18 snaps each of the first two weeks). Still, the pecking order for targets if Hilton is out isn't clear as the other receivers nearly equally split snap counts last week. The Colts may also use more two-TE sets.
Campbell had three receptions for 24 yards on three targets in Sunday's win over Atlanta.
Campbell's role in the offense continues to grow as he played 32 snaps on offense after 18 snaps each of the first two weeks. He also had career highs in receptions and targets after just one each the first two games. While the workload has been spread pretty evenly between the Indy receivers after T.Y. Hilton, Campbell could continue to earn a larger role.
Campbell caught a 12-yard touchdown on his only target in Sunday's win over Tennessee.
Campbell played the fewest snaps on offense of the receivers (18) but was close to third on going out for a pass (13). The Colts don't have a clear No. 2 receiver after Devin Funchess's collarbone injury as the workload after T.Y. Hilton was split fairly evenly between Campbell, Deon Cain, Zach Pascal and Chester Rogers. However, the Colts also had just four receptions to non-Hilton receivers as they may just rely more on the team's two tight ends.
Campbell had one reception for one yard and one carry for seven yards in Sunday's loss to the Chargers. He played 18 snaps on offense in his professional debut. He also averaged 22 yards on two kick returns.
Campbell had a minimal role in the offense Week 1, but he could get more playing time with Devin Funchess breaking a collarbone in the loss. It was mildly surprising that Campbell emerged as the kickoff returner, and it was thought he could return punts, so he'll have some extra value in the return game.
Campbell appears primed to fill a large offensive role during Sunday's tilt against the Chargers, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports.
Campbell flashed during the Colts' preseason finale against the Bengals, notching three catches for 42 yards while showing that his hamstring injury is a thing of the past. The rookie second-round pick has also earned praise from Indianapolis' coaching staff for his quickness in picking up the offensive scheme. With his health intact and his preseason concluding on a high note, Campbell should have a decent chance of supplanting Chester Rogers as the No. 3 receiver early in the season.
Campbell (hamstring) caught three of four targets for 42 yards in Thursday's preseason finale against the Bengals.
Campbell looked solid considering he hadn't practiced in a month until finally getting back on the field this week. This appearance clears up the rookie second-rounder's Week 1 status, though the whole Colts passing game looks a lot less exciting now without Andrew Luck under center.
Campbell (hamstring) could play in Thursday's preseason finale against the Bengals, Stephen Holder of The Athletic reports.
The 2019 second-rounder returned to practice Monday and the hope is that he'll get some game reps in Thursday. If all goes well on that front, Campbell will then look to secure a notable role in the Colts offense to start the coming season. For now, T.Y Hilton and Devin Funchess sit atop the team's wideout depth chart, but Campbell has the talent to make an impact as the 2019 season rolls along, particularly if he's able to form a strong rapport with starting QB Jacoby Brissett.
Campbell (hamstring) returned to practice Monday, Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis reports.
Campbell hadn't practiced in over four weeks, so he'll have some catching up to do, but his return to the field Monday does give him some time to carve out a role in the Indy passing game behind T.Y. Hilton and Devin Funchess ahead of the regular season. The 2019 second-rounder will look to parlay his blazing speed into production at the NFL level, but in order to do so he'll need to quickly develop a rapport with Jacoby Brissett, who is now the Colts' starting QB, following Andrew Luck's retirement.
Campbell (hamstring) probably won't return to the field this week, Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis reports.
On the plus side, the rookie wideout has "taken another positive step forward" in his recovery process. Campbell will thus continue to work his way toward being available for Week 1 action. Once healthy, the 6-foot, 205-pounder will look to secure a role behind T.Y. Hilton and Devin Funchess in the team's wideout pecking order. Initially, volume could be an issue for Campbell, but that could pick up for him as the season rolls along, once injuries (inevitably) hit Indy's receiving corps.
Campbell (hamstring) has been ruled out for Saturday's preseason game against the Browns, Kevin Bowen of 1070thefan.com reports.
Campbell suffered a minor setback this past Sunday and has now been sidelined since July 28, so his preseason debut will be pushed back until at least Aug. 24 when the Colts host the Bears. The rookie's extended absence will allow Chester Rogers to see additional reps with the first-team offense in the slot.
Campbell (hamstring) had a minor setback Sunday, Mike Chappell of Fox 59 News Indianapolis reports.
Held out of practice since July 28, the rookie second-round pick was gearing up for a return early this week. He now appears likely to miss a second straight preseason game, but Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports that the Colts are optimistic about Campbell returning to practice soon. He still has time to challenge Chester Rogers for slot snaps.
Campbell (hamstring) won't practice Monday, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.
Campbell hasn't participated in training camp since July 28, when a hamstring injury brought an early end to his best day on the practice field. He was held out of the preseason opener and doesn't have much time to get healthy before Saturday's exhibition against the Browns. The rookie's continued absence is lowering his odds to beat out Chester Rogers for the slot job.
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