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  • Colts' Malik Hooker: Not practicing Wednesday

    Hooker did not practice Wednesday.

    Hooker has been nursing a lingering hip issue since Week 7. The 2017 first-round pick was able to suit up during Sunday's win over the Jaguars and play 75 defensive snaps, but still appears to be nursing the injury. The extent of Hooker's participation in practice as the week continues should illuminate his chances of playing against the Titans in Week 11.

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  • Colts' Ryan Hewitt: No practice Wednesday

    Hewitt (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday.

    Hewitt missed Sunday's 29-26 win over the Jaguars with the ankle issue. His absence from the first practice of Week 11 puts Hewitt's status in question for this weekend's tilt with the Titans. If Hewitt is unable to go, Mo Alie-Cox and/or Erik Swoope (knee) could see increased action behind the Colts' top two tight ends, Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron.

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  • Colts' Kemoko Turay: Practices Wednesday

    Turay (neck) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

    Turay sat out the Colts' win over the Jaguars in Week 10 due to the neck injury, but his lack of limitations Wednesday suggests he's on track to suit up Sunday against the Titans. Barring any setbacks, expect the rookie second-round pick to play a rotational role at defensive end.

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  • Colts' Denzelle Good: Practices in full

    Good (illness) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

    Good remained sidelined for Indianapolis' win over the Jaguars in Week 10 due to an illness and now appears to have fully recovered. Expect the depth tackle to suit up for Sunday's tilt against the Titans.

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  • Colts' Marlon Mack: Rested Wednesday

    The Colts listed Mack's absence from Wednesday's practice as not injury-related.

    Fortunately, Mack was apparently just receiving some rest for the Colts' first practice of the week rather than tending to a setback with the foot issue that limited him in Week 10. Prior to his 12-carry, 29-yard effort against the Jaguars in the Colts' 29-26 victory, Mack's fantasy stock had been on the rise. Mack will now turn his attention to a Titans defense that thwarted the Patriots' run game last weekend, leaving some doubt about his prospects of bouncing back Sunday. In spite of the tough Week 11 matchup, Mack still looks to have a safe floor in light of his undisputed perch atop his Colts' depth chart at running back.

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  • Colts' Malik Hooker: Records four tackles

    Hooker recorded four tackles and one fumble recovery during Sunday's victory over Jacksonville.

    Hooker's production has been all over the map this season, but it's fair to wonder if a combination of hip and back injuries have played a part in his down weeks. The 2017 first-rounder is nonetheless good for the vast majority of snaps at free safety so long as he remains healthy.

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  • Colts' Marlon Mack: Not spotted at practice

    Mack (foot) wasn't spotted at the portion of Wednesday's practice open to the media, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.

    Per the report, it's "not uncommon for [Mack] to miss a practice or be limited during the week" before going on to play Sunday. That said, the running back's status now bears monitoring in the coming days. Mack played 34 of the Colts' 56 offensive snaps in Sunday's 29-26 win over the Jaguars, finishing with 12 carries for 29 yards and two receptions for nine yards. Those numbers represented a dip from his recently upward-trending production, but assuming he's available this weekend, Mack will look to turn things around against the Tennessee defense that bottled up the New England ground game in Week 10.

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  • Colts' Joe Haeg: Returning to practice

    Haeg (ankle) will participate in practice Wednesday, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.

    The Colts have three weeks to make a decision on whether to activate the lineman, but it's a good bet he will be available at some point considering the team used its second return designation from IR on him. Haeg started the first three weeks of the season before suffering the ankle issue and will take aim at returning to his starting right tackle spot when activated.

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  • Colts' Carroll Phillips: Placed on IR

    The Colts placed Phillips (groin) on injured reserve Tuesday.

    Phillips suffered a groin injury during Sunday's win against the Jaguars and will now be sidelined for the remainder of the season. He appeared in six games with the Colts, totaling four tackles (one solo).

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  • Colts' D.J. Killings: Promoted to 53-man roster

    The Colts promoted Killings (undisclosed) to the active roster Tuesday.

    The Colts signed Killings to their practice squad on Oct. 16 after he was waived by the Eagles in early September. The 23-year-old is set to provide depth at the cornerback position and could see some action in special teams.

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  • Colts' Adam Vinatieri: Misses only field-goal attempt

    Vinatieri missed his only field-goal attempt from 52 yards, but made all three extra-point attempts in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

    Vinatieri had made two of three field-goal attempts from 50 yards or more before Sunday, so this shouldn't be a cause for concern. However, he had made 12 of 15 attempts (80 percent) from 50 yards the previous two seasons.

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  • Colts' Tyquan Lewis: Three tackles in regular-season debut

    Lewis started at right defensive end and had three tackles, a QB hit and a pass defensed in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

    Lewis spent the first half of the season on injured reserve with a toe injury. However, the 2018 second-round draft pick was thrust right into the starting lineup and looks set to have a significant role (he played 53 snaps on defense, about the same as the other defensive line starters).

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  • Colts' Darius Leonard: Another eight tackles Sunday

    Leonard had eight total tackles and 1.5 tackles for a loss in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

    The NFL's leading tackler, despite missing one game due to injur, has had at least eight tackles in every game he's played.

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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: No targets Sunday

    Pascal did not have a target despite playing 15 snaps on offense in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

    Pascal had relevance in the offense from Week 4 to Week 6 when the receiving corps had several injuries, but he's moved back to a minor role with Ryan Grant and Jack Doyle back to full speed.

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  • Colts' Chester Rogers: No receptions again Sunday

    Rogers started at wide receiver but did not have a reception despite one target and lost four yards on a carry in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

    Rogers got the start as the third wide receiver, but played just 16 of the offense's 55 snaps, which was third among Colts wideouts. Rogers didn't have a reception last week, either, as the recent signing of Dontrelle Inman (four receptions against Jacksonville) has reduced his role.

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  • Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Two receptions Sunday

    Alie-Cox had two receptions for 28 yards on four targets in Sunday's win over Jacksonville. However, he did have a drop that led to an interception.

    Alie-Cox continues to have a role in the passing game even with Jack Doyle returning from injury the past two weeks as Indy has spread the ball around. Alie-Cox played 23 snaps on offense and went out for a pass on seven plays, according to Pro Football Focus.

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  • Colts' Jack Doyle: Just three receptions Sunday

    Doyle had three receptions for 36 yards on three targets in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

    After Doyle had six receptions and seven targets last week in his first game back after missing five games due to a hip injury, it looked like he would dominate the targets at tight end. His performance was underwhelming and paled in comparison to Eric Ebron's three-touchdown performance. However, it's worth noting that Ebron played just 21 snaps on offense while Doyle played 48 snaps. Ebron had a similar number of targets.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 113.6
(15th)
274.7
(14th)
379.8
(9th)
Def. 107.8
(14th)
281.0
(23rd)
376.2
(23rd)

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