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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Remains limited Thursday

    Campbell (abdomen) logged a second consecutive limited practice Thursday.

    Campbell's trying to get back in the lineup in Week 3 against Tennessee after sitting out last week's loss to the Rams, but his status remains up in the air after back-to-back limited sessions. Fellow wide receiver Zach Pascal (illness) practiced fully Thursday after missing Wednesday's practice, while quarterback Carson Wentz (ankles) remained sidelined for the second day in a row.

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  • Colts' Darius Leonard: Misses practice with ankle injury

    Leonard (ankle) didn't practice Thursday.

    This is a new injury for Leonard. With a trip to Tennessee coming up Sunday, the Colts can ill afford to lose the standout linebacker as they look to contain star running back Derrick Henry, who just rumbled for over 200 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns last week.

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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Returns to practice Thursday

    Pascal (illness) was able to practice Thursday, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.

    Pascal missed Wednesday's practice due to an illness but his return Thursday suggests the slot receiver isn't in danger of sitting out a juicy Week 3 matchup with a Titans secondary that's been the most generous in the league to opposing receivers in the early going. The only damper on Pascal's outlook Sunday is the possible absence of starting quarterback Carson Wentz (ankle), whom Erickson said wasn't spotted at practice Thursday. Pascal was a full participant Thursday, while Wentz was a non-participant.

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  • Colts' Carson Wentz: Not spotted Thursday

    Wentz (ankle) is not participating in Thursday's practice, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.

    Wentz is looking increasingly iffy for Sunday's contest against the Titans, especially with back-to-back practice absences to begin the week. The Colts have expressed optimism that Wentz, who is dealing with sprains in both ankles, might be able to display recovery progress in the near future, but he will only have one more chance to upgrade his practice activity before the team's Week 3 matchup. In Wednesday's session, practice squad quarterback Brett Hundley handled most of the first-team reps ahead of Jacob Eason.

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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: No lock to start if Wentz sits

    Eason saw fewer reps with the Colts' first-team offense than practice squad quarterback Brett Hundley at Wednesday's practice, which could suggest the latter is the top candidate to start Sunday's game in Tennessee if Carson Wentz (ankles) is inactive, Mike Chappell of Fox 59 Indianapolis reports.

    Wentz didn't practice Wednesday after spraining both of his ankles in last week's loss to the Rams, which doesn't inspire much early confidence about his availability for the Week 3 matchup. Even though Eason already possesses a spot on the 40-man roster and has recent draft capital (2020 fourth-round selection) working in his favor, head coach Frank Reich may favor the experience that Hundley -- who has appeared in 18 games through seven professional seasons -- offers at the position. Eason, meanwhile, didn't make his NFL debut until stepping in on the Colts' final drive last week for the injured Wentz, completing two of five attempts for 25 yards and an interception.

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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Limited to start week

    Campbell (abdomen) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.

    Campbell was the team's No. 3 receiver Week 1 before sitting out the Week 2 loss to the Rams with an abdominal injury. He could make it back this weekend for a favorable matchup against the struggling Tennessee defense, but potentially with Jacob Eason or Brett Hundley starting at quarterback for the Colts rather than Carson Wentz (ankles).

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  • Colts' Zach Pascal: Misses practice with illness

    Pascal missed Wednesday's practice due to an illness.

    The good news is that Pascal wasn't placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Assuming that doesn't change, he'll have a good chance to suit up in Sunday's game against the Titans, looking to build on a strong start to the season (three touchdowns on 11 targets in two games). Pascal may have to catch passes from backup quarterback Jacob Eason instead of banged-up starter Carson Wentz (ankles), who missed practice Wednesday and looks questionable -- at best -- for Week 3.

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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Likely next man up

    Eason is the favorite to start Sunday's game against the Titans if Carson Wentz (ankles) is unable to suit up, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports.

    Head coach Frank Reich declined to confirm Wednesday whether Eason or practice squad member Brett Hundley would start if Wentz -- who is nursing sprains in both ankles -- is ultimately ruled out Week 3. Hundley (nine career starts) boasts more experience than Eason, who looked overwhelmed in emergency duty against the Rams last week. However, Bowen notes that the 2020 fourth-round pick is still the likely favorite for a spot start, if needed.

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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: At practice Wednesday

    Campbell (abdomen) was present for practice Wednesday, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports.

    After being added to the Colts' Week 2 injury report this past Friday, Campbell was inactive for Sunday's loss to the Rams. The wideout's presence on the field Wednesday, however, suggests that he could return to action this weekend against the Titans. Wednesday's injury report will reveal his official level of practice participation.

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  • Colts' Carson Wentz: Iffy for Week 3

    Wentz (ankles) won't practice Wednesday, Mike Wells of reports.

    The quarterback noted Wednesday that both of his ankles are still sore, with the right one being of greater concern. Though there's hope that Wentz's injured ankles could respond well to treatment in the next few days, head coach Frank Reich suggested that the team has to prepare as though the veteran quarterback won't be available this weekend, per Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis. As long as Wentz is sidelined, Jacob Eason will handle added practice reps, while Brett Hundley is a candidate to be elevated from the Colts' practice squad.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 111.0
Def. 120.5


Player Injury
D. Leonard OLB Darius Leonard OLB Ankle
T. Hilton WR T.Y. Hilton WR Neck
C. Wentz QB Carson Wentz QB Ankle
P. Campbell WR Parris Campbell WR Abdomen
J. Glasgow LB Jordan Glasgow LB Concussion

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