Former Michigan football defender placed on injured reserve

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The Indianapolis Colts have several former Wolverines on their roster, headlined by this year’s first-round pick in edge rusher Kwity Paye. In addition to Paye, the Colts have former Michigan football wideout Tarik Black on the team, who was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Texas. But the other recent player who wore a winged helmet will be out for at least three weeks.

According to Pro Football Talk, 2020 sixth-round pick and Michigan football linebacker Jordan Glasgow has been placed on injured reserve due to a concussion and will have to miss at least three games. Glasgow is primarily a special teams player for Indianapolis.

The Colts already had ruled out linebacker Jordan Glasgow for Week 3. Glasgow has a concussion.

On Friday afternoon, the team placed Glasgow on injured reserve. He is eligible to return after missing three games.

Glasgow, 25, played both games this season, making two special teams tackles. He has seen action on 35 special teams snaps but none on defense this year.

In 15 career games over the past two seasons, Glasgow has played 303 snaps on special teams. He has yet to see his first snap on defense. Glasgow has 11 career tackles.

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While Glasgow has not yet played on the defensive side of the ball yet for the Colts, he showed his prowess early, with a big punt block in 2020 in a featured game against the Chicago Bears.

Glasgow is the third of his brothers to have been an NFL draft pick after having walked on at Michigan.

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