T.Y. Hilton was one of the few members of the Indianapolis Colts that did not participate in Wednesday’s practice. Hilton is suffering from a shoulder injury which he sustained during the first half of last week’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. Hilton is listed as day-to-day, and as the week progresses, head coach Chuck Pagano will determine if he is ready to play on Sunday.
Aside from him, Greg Toler (groin) and Vontae Davis (groin), and Kavell Conner (Ankle) all missed Wednesday’s team’s practice. From ESPN.com,
Toler has missed the past four games with a groin injury. Davis injured his groin in the second half of Sunday’s game against Arizona. He was hesitant in saying that he’ll play Sunday against Tennessee.
“We’ll see,” Davis said. “I hope I can get out there.”
But with every injury story comes a healthy story. There are also Colts players who have suffered bigger injuries and are finally becoming healthy enough to be considered to play again.
Fullback Stanley Havili, who missed the Arizona game with a concussion, has been cleared to practice, but he still has to clear the NFL’s concussion protocol before he can play in the game.
Safety Sergio Brown had surgery on his hand Tuesday after injuring it against the Cardinals. The Colts are calling him day-to-day.