Wilson (concussion) participated fully at practice Wednesday.
Wilson's return to the practice field Monday provided optimism for his potential return against the Jets on Sunday, and his full participation Wednesday furthers that notion. The 22-year-old sustained the concussion in Week 2, and it hasn't been announced whether he's officially cleared the concussion protocol.
This is great news, considering Wilson hadn't been back on the field since originally sustaining a concussion in Week 2. He remains under the league's concussion protocol, but Wilson has plenty of time gain clearance before Sunday's showdown with the Jets.
Wilson (concussion) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Patriots.
Wilson will miss his second consecutive game with a concussion he suffered in Week 2. With starting cornerback Kenny Moore (concussion) also out and Nate Hairston (ankle) questionable, the Colts are lacking depth in the secondary, which could pave the way for a big offensive performance from the Patriots. Pierre Desir and Chris Milton are expected to see increased workloads in an effort to stop that from happening.
Wilson (concussion) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Texans, Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports.
Wilson continues to nurse a concussion suffered during Indianapolis' Week 2 victory over the Redskins. Christopher Milton will serve as the Colts' backup right cornerback for the time being, and Wilson will work to get healthy in time for the team's Week 5 Thursday night tilt versus the Patriots.
Wilson (concussion) has been ruled out for Saturday's matchup with the Eagles, Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis reports.
Wilson suffered a concussion in Sunday's victory over the Redskins and has been in protocol since, which caused him to miss the entire week of practice. With Christopher Milton (concussion) back to practicing in a full capacity, he will be a primary reserve in the secondary this weekend in Wilson's absence.
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