Colts’ Eric Fisher, Jack Doyle dealing with various injuries

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Indianapolis Colts left tackle Eric Fisher and tight end Jack Doyle are dealing with various injuries as the team begins preparation for the Week 17 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Both players left the game against the Arizona Cardinals during the first half. It appears Fisher is dealing with three separate injuries while Doyle is dealing with two.

“In addition, just going to circle back on (Eric) Fisher and (Jack) Doyle. Eric Fisher is dealing with a knee, a toe and a pec,” Reich told the media Monday. “So, we’ll continue to monitor him day-by-day. Jack is dealing with an ankle and a knee, so same thing on him.”

With so many players on the reserve/COVID-19 list this week, the Colts may be without their entire starting offensive line when they host the Raiders on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the Colts are likely to give the starting role to Mo Alie-Cox while bumping up the snaps for rookie Kylen Granson if Doyle is to miss time.


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