Vontae Davis closes in on his 2017 debut

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The Colts are still waiting for quarterback Andrew Luck to make his 2017 debut. Cornerback Vontae Davis appears to be ready to do so on Sunday night in Seattle.

“I’m a full-go, I’m a full-go,” Davis said, via the team’s official website. “I don’t question nothing. [Coach Chuck Pagano] says I’m full-go, I’m going full-go.”

Davis, who has fully participated in practice this week, has been out since suffering a groin injury on August 26 in a preseason game against the Steelers. He’s anxious to join a secondary that includes rookie first-round safety Malik Hooker.

“I told Malik, ‘Man, I’m excited to get back and play with [you],'” Davis said. “He’s a young talent. I look forward to playing with him in the secondary and those guys and look forward to picking back up from where I left off.”

The 1-2 Colts need all the help they can get as they try to stay within striking distance of the division lead while Luck continues to recover from January shoulder surgery.