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Colts WR Parris Campbell to miss time with a “significant” foot injury

We break down the news that Parris Campbell is dealing with a foot injury, and what it means for Week 7.

Parris Campbell #1 of the Indianapolis Colts celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Houston Texans in the first quarter at Lucas Oil Stadium on October 17, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images

The Indianapolis Colts will once again be without wide receiver Parris Campbell, as he has a “significant” foot injury, per The Athletic’s Stephen Holder. There is no timetable yet, but head coach Frank Reich didn’t rule out Campbell missing the entirety of the season.

His injury came on a 51-yard touchdown reception which showed just how much of an offensive threat Campbell could be if he could just stay healthy. Now in his third season, he’s only been able to play in 14 games and that number isn’t going up anytime soon. He’s a drop in all redraft leagues and is getting close to a drop in dynasty leagues.

T.Y. Hilton did return last week, and despite suffering an injury himself, appears to have avoided a significant injury and should be able to go on Sunday night against the 49ers. With Campbell out, Michael Pittman, Hilton and Zach Pascal should be the Top 3 receivers on the team.