The Indianapolis Colts were sorely missing Pro Bowl WR T.Y. Hilton in their back-to-back losses to the New England Patriots and New York Jets.
Thankfully for the 1-5 Colts, their prized wideout appears to be on the verge of returning as he appeared in practice for the team on Wednesday.
Hilton has been sidelined with a hamstring injury he picked up earlier this month.
His status for Sunday's game against Buffalo is uncertain at this time. However, the fact he is on the field today is a good sign.
Hilton currently leads the Colts in yards per game, yards per reception, and receptions per game.
He has made the Pro Bowl in each of the last four seasons, leading the league in receiving yards in 2016, and averaging 75 receptions for over 1,200 yards over that span.
The Colts play the Bills at home on Sunday then the Raiders on the road next week before going into their bye in Week 9.