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1-1, 2nd in AFC South

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts had quite a few players not named Anthony Castonzo (hamstring) who did not practice on their injury report Wednesday. Receiver T.Y. Hilton (quad), defensive lineman Denico Autry (ankle), tight end Jack Doyle (hip), safety Clayton Geathers (knee/elbow), running back Marlon Mack (foot/hamstring), defensive lineman Hassan Ridgeway (calf) and cornerback Quincy Wilson (concussion) did not practice.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts rookie linebacker Darius Leonard has been named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after having 18 tackles (15 solo), a forced fumble and a sack against Washington in Week 2. Leonard joins defensive end Steve Emtman (Week 8, 1992), defensive end Dwight Freeney (Week 10, 2002) and linebacker Jonathan Newsome (Week 17, 2014) as the only Colts rookies to win that honor

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts are trying to show they're no longer a one-dimensional team. They've thrown 18 passes and have rushed 17 times while gaining 175 yards of total offense in their 14-3 lead over the Redskins. That type of balance has been unheard during most of Andrew Luck's career. So much of that credit goes to coach Frank Reich for his play calling

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The play calling by Frank Reich is the perfect mix that Andrew Luck has missed throughout his career. The Colts have rushed 67 yards already to go with their 97 yards passing. They have a 14-3 lead over the Redskins.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Luck and the Colts offense put on a clinic on that 11-play, 75-yard drive that resulted in an Eric Ebron touchdown reception in the corner of the end zone. The highlight of the drive was that the Colts had more runs - six - than passes - five.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

The Philadelphia Eagles were 7-point favorites over the Indianapolis Colts in early Week 3 lines posted last week by the Westgate SuperBook. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday morning that Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz still needs medical clearance but is on track to play against the Colts.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The other noticeable change for the Colts is Le'Raven Clark will start at left tackle and Joe Haeg will slide over and start at right tackle with Anthony Castonzo and J'Marcus Webb out

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts running back Marlon Mack is playing his first game since injuring his hamstring against Seattle on Aug. 9.

The legend of Captain Andrew Luck (4:18)

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts starting left tackle Anthony Castonzo had a "minor" setback with his hamstring and will miss Sunday's game at Washington, coach Frank Reich said Friday. Castonzo did not practice Thursday or Friday after being limited in practice Wednesday. He originally injured his hamstring in the first week of training camp in early August. The Colts are dealing with injures at tackle. J'Marcus Webb, who started at right tackle in Week 1, was placed on injured reserve earlier this week with a hamstring injury. Joe Haeg started at left tackle in Week 1. The Colts could go with rookie Braden Smith or Le'Raven Clark at right tackle or slide Haeg to right tackle and play Smith or Clark at left tackle.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have released tight end Erik Swoope and elevated defensive lineman Jihad Ward to the 53-man roster. Swoope had never played organized football until the Colts signed him as an undrafted free agent in 2014. He played basketball at the University of Miami. Swoope had 16 receptions for 310 yards and a touchdown in 18 games.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts starting left tackle Anthony Castonzo may not be making his season debut at Washington after all. A day after he planned to be a full participant only to end up being limited in practice, Castonzo (hamstring) did not practice Thursday, according to the team's injury report. The Colts are pretty slim at tackle after J'Marcus Webb was placed on injured reserve earlier this week with a hamstring injury. The Colts, if Castonzo doesn't play at Washington on Sunday, may end up going with Joe Haeg at left tackle and rookie Braden Smith at right tackle. The Colts signed offensive tackle Will Holden to practice squad Thursday.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

A day after he planned to be a full participant only to end up being limited in practice, Colts starting left Anthony Castonzo was not on the field during the limited portion of practice that the media was able to watch Thursday. The Colts are pretty slim at tackle after J'Marcus Webb was placed on injured reserve earlier this week with a hamstring injury. The Colts, if Castonzo doesn't play at Washington on Sunday, may end up going with Joe Haeg at left tackle and rookie Braden Smith at right tackle. The Colts signed offensive tackle Will Holden to practice squad Thursday.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts QB Andrew Luck said he woke up sore Monday after playing his first full game for the first time since Jan. 1, 2017, on Sunday. “Never been in a serious car wreck, thankfully, but I'd imagine you get a little bit of that feeling. I felt a couple of those hits. But otherwise, I felt I came out fairly clean, felt like I had juice left in my arm."

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts LT Anthony Castonzo (hamstring) will be a full participant in practice Wednesday, and will play against Washington barring a setback between now and then.

Luck 'looks the part' for Colts (1:43)

Team Stats

Passing Yards241.019th
Rushing Yards89.524th
Points For22.0Tied-18th
Points Against21.5Tied-14th

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