The Indianapolis Colts have been decimated by injuries this season. Virtually every position group on the roster has been affected in some way.
Indianapolis is 0-3 heading into this weekend's game down in Miami, and judging by the injury report from today's practice, they could be very shorthanded on Sunday.
Seven players--offensive guards Mark Glowinski and Quenton Nelson, offensive tackle Braden Smith, tight end Jack Doyle, defensive end Kwity Paye, safety Khari Willis and cornerback Rock Ya-Sin--did not participate in today's session due to various ailments.
As longtime Colts writer Stephen Holder notes, all of them are starters.
Looking at these injuries more in-depth, it certainly doesn't seem like Nelson will be ready to go against the Dolphins. Glowinski being downgraded from "limited" to "DNP" today isn't a great sign either.
Willis, Ya-Sin and Paye are all dealing with leg issues, which can be tricky to evaluate and can easily be aggravated. Their status will be worth monitoring for tomorrow's practice; the same can be said for Doyle.
If there's good news for the Colts it is this: linebacker Darius Leonard's ailing ankle seems to be trending in the right direction, and Carson Wentz's sprained ankles are doing the same.