Colts Starter Suffered Concerning Injury Today
The Colts suffered some tough breaks in this training camp.
The latest may have occurred on Wednesday.
According to Joel Erickson of the Indianapolis Star, 2021 first-round pick Kwity Paye had to leave practice early with a left knee injury
Per Erickson, the Colts defensive end went down in a pile and remained on the ground while teammates DeForest Buckner and Yannick Ngakoue signaled for help from the training staff.
Trainers reportedly took a look and iced it down.
Erickson says he remained on the sideline until the practice was over and took the ice wrap off for the last couple of periods
Paye attempted to walk off at the conclusion but ended up having to take the cart back to the locker room.
Last season, the former Michigan Wolverine started 15 games at left end for Indy; recording 32 tackles, four sacks, 10 QB hits, and a forced fumble.