INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts All-Pro running back Jonathan Taylor He may have a high ankle sprain and looks likely to miss the remaining three games of the season, a team source told ESPN.
The Colts haven’t made any final decision on Taylor’s fate, but given the same right ankle injury he suffered this season, it may be best for Taylor to sit out the rest of the way.
Taylor left the Colts’ first game of the series Saturday against the Minnesota Vikings and did not return.
Taylor struggled with ankle soreness during the season, missing three games between October and November. He has been slowly improving and seemed to benefit from a bye from the Colts in Week 14.
Now Taylor’s disappointing season may be over. He has a career-low 861 rushing yards through 11 games. He also has a career-low 4.5 yards per carry. Taylor has consistently impacted the Poles’ well-documented offensive tackles, including quarterback performance and offensive line play.
The Colts ended Saturday’s game with two runs scored. Deon Jackson And Zach Moss. Combined for 37 carries, averaging 3.7 yards. Patriot Jordan Wilkins He is on the practice squad and could be promoted to the active roster if needed.
The Colts will host the Los Angeles Chargers on Dec. 26 on “Monday Night Football,” followed by games against the New York Giants and Houston Texans.
NFL Network first reported that Taylor was dealing with a sprained ankle.