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Colts WR Parris Campbell has surgery today for fractured hand

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Hilton (calf), Funchess (collarbone), and Campbell (hand) are all out against the Dolphins this week. Funchess could return the next week against Jacksonville

Zach Pascal, Deon Cain and Ashton Dulin are the healthy WRs on the roster atm.  
 

 

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No TY Hilton, no Parris Campbell.   Likely no Jacoby Brissett.

No Preston Williams, and now no Mark Walton.

Is the OU on the MIA-IND game going to be 24?  LOL.

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19 minutes ago, Broncofan said:

No TY Hilton, no Parris Campbell.   Likely no Jacoby Brissett.

They'll still find a way to beat the Texans in a few weeks.

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5 hours ago, Wyld Stallyns said:
Zach Pascal, Deon Cain and Ashton Dulin are the healthy WRs on the roster atm.  
 

Chester Rogers?

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He wasn’t injury prone in Ohio State but so far he’s been that with Colts. Hamstring kept him out preseason, misses three games with Abdominal injury now a broken hand tough luck so far.

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I don’t know why they didn’t claim Gordon when they had the chance. At least Funchess and Hilton should be back soon.

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6 hours ago, Broncofan said:

No TY Hilton, no Parris Campbell.   Likely no Jacoby Brissett.

No Preston Williams, and now no Mark Walton.

Is the OU on the MIA-IND game going to be 24?  LOL.

Dare ye underestimate the Brian Hoyer - Chester Rogers connection?

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