Every Tuesday, the Colts have been making an injury disclosure a day before the weekly injury report is due.
And they’ve made this Tuesday’s disclosure.
Since it’s, you know, Tuesday.
The Colts have confirmed that safety Melvin Bullitt will miss the rest of the year with a shoulder injury. The team also has announced that running back Devin Moore suffered a “brachial plexus injury” against the Jaguars, and that he’ll be placed on injured reserve. Per the Mayo Clinic’s website, a “brachial plexus injury” constitutes an injury to the bundle of nerves that send signals from the spine to the shoulder, arm, and hands.
The Colts again have disclosed that receiver Anthony Gonzalez (ankle) and safety Bob Sanders (safety) will miss Sunday’s game against the Chiefs.