- Signed by the Colts to a reserve/future contract on January 1, 2018.
- Signed by the Colts to the practice squad on October 7, 2017.
- Waived by the Colts from injured reserve on August 10, 2017.
- Placed on injured reserve by the Colts on August 6, 2017.
- Waived-injured by the Colts on August 5, 2017.
- Signed by the Colts as an undrafted free agent on April 21, 2017.
|14||@Buccaneers||L 35 - 38||1||8||8||8||0|
|13||Titans||L 17 - 31|
|12||@Texans||L 17 - 20|
|11||Jaguars||W 33 - 13|
|10||Dolphins||L 12 - 16||0||0||0|
|9||@Steelers||L 24 - 26||1||11||11||11||0|
|8||Broncos||W 15 - 13|
|7||Texans||W 30 - 23|
|5||@Chiefs||W 19 - 13||1||10||10||10||0|
|4||Raiders||L 24 - 31|
|3||Falcons||W 27 - 24||2||25||12.5||16||0|
|2||@Titans||W 19 - 17||0||0||0|
|1||@Chargers||L 24 - 30||1||3||3||3||0|
WR TE Career
Parris Campbell Inactive; Khari Willis, Rock Ya-Sin Active Against Titans
The Indianapolis Colts will once again be without wide receiver Parris Campbell, who is inactive for today’s Week 13 contest against the Tennessee Titans. Tight end Mo Alie-Cox, safety Khari Willis and cornerback Rock Ya-Sin, meanwhile, are active.
T.Y. Hilton, Marlon Mack Ruled Out Sunday Against Titans; Four Questionable
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich announced today that wide receiver T.Y. Hilton and running back Marlon Mack have been ruled out of Sunday's Week 13 matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Four other Colts players, meanwhile, are questionable.
T.Y. Hilton & Eric Ebron Active, Rock Ya-Sin Inactive Tonight Against Texans
The Indianapolis Colts have released their inactives list for tonight’s Week 12 matchup against the Houston Texans; wide receiver T.Y. Hilton and tight end Eric Ebron, who were among those labeled questionable heading in, will be active for the game. Cornerback Rock Ya-Sin, meanwhile, is inactive.
Four Colts Ruled Out, Four Questionable Against Texans
The Indianapolis Colts announced today that four players — wide receiver Parris Campbell, running back Marlon Mack, cornerback Shakial Taylor and safety Khari Willis — have been ruled out of Thursday night's game against the Houston Texans. Four other players, meanwhile, are questionable.
Colts' Injuries Mounting With Short Week, Division Lead On Line
The Indianapolis Colts won’t have much time to celebrate a huge Week 11 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, as getting healthy for their massive Thursday Night Football matchup against the Houston Texans instantly becomes priority No. 1.
Pierre Desir, Jordan Wilkins Among Those Inactive Against Jaguars
The Indianapolis Colts have announced their inactives list for today’s Week 11 divisional showdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars; cornerback Pierre Desir on defense and running back Jordan Wilkins on offense are among those who won’t play today.
Parris Campbell, T.Y. Hilton Ruled Out Sunday Against The Jaguars; Pierre Desir Doubtful
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said today that wide receivers Parris Campbell and T.Y. Hilton have been ruled out of Sunday's Week 11 divisional clash against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Cornerback Pierre Desir, meanwhile, is doubtful, while tight end Mo Alie-Cox and running back Jordan Wilkins are questionable.
Mo Alie-Cox Continues Ascent For Tight End-Rich Colts’ Offense
With the likes of Jack Doyle, Eric Ebron and Ross Travis recovering from respective injuries, Mo Alie-Cox has been taking the first-team reps at tight end during offseason practices. Entering his third NFL season, the former basketball standout feels much more comfortable — and it shows on the field.
Colts-Jaguars Drive Of The Game: Final Score Proves Valuable In Big Divisional Win
The Indianapolis Colts’ 2018 Week 10 Drive of the Game, presented by Hays + Sons, was a 10-play, 75-yard sequence late in the fourth quarter that gave Indianapolis a 29-13 lead — and eventually just enough points to hold on to defeat the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Colts' Tight Ends Throw Touchdown Party In Win Over Raiders
Indianapolis Colts tight ends Mo Alie-Cox, Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron all scored touchdowns in the team’s win over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, as Indy became the first team in NFL history to have three tight ends with touchdown receptions in the same game.