Colts downgrade Michael Pittman to out

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The Colts have lost their last seven road matchups against the Jaguars.

Breaking that streak is now officially going to be a little bit tougher.

Indianapolis has downgraded receiver Michael Pittman from questionable to out. That likely means he isn’t making the trip down to Florida.

Pittman was initially listed as questionable. He was limited in Wednesday’s practice but did not participate on Thursday or Friday.

The Colts previously ruled out linebacker Shaquille Leonard (back) and receiver Alec Pierce (concussion). Defensive tackle DeForest Buckner (hip) and cornerback Kenny Moore (hip) remain questionable.

Indianapolis has Ashton Dulin, Parris Campbell, Dezmon Patmon, and Mike Strachan available at receiver on the 53-man roster. Ethan Fernea and Keke Coutee are on the team’s practice squad.

7 responses to “Colts downgrade Michael Pittman to out

  1. Taylor should demand a trade; he is being overused and will be worthless by the time his 2nd contract comes up. RB are good for the first 4-5 years, and they are done, most of the time.

    Just look at the Colts QB Luck, he retired, IMHO, because he saw the way the Colts were built as a team, ran as a team, and did not want to play anymore.

    Same With Cowboys Elliot, overused, now worthless at his contract cost, this is what will happen to Taylor, but the Colts will not pay like the Cowboys mistake Elliot

  2. Matt Ryan is starting to feel like he’s still on that terrible Atlanta team except Atlanta has better WRs playing today than Indy.

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