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08/17/17 - C Ryan Kelly will be sidelined indefinitely after he undergoes a medical procedure on his foot. Kelly was initially sidelined during the Colts' joint practices with Detroit last week and was held out of the Lions' preseason game last week. The injury was not thought to be serious at the time and he had been wearing a walking boot since incurring the injury. There is no timetable for his return although Kelly is expected to miss the start of the regular season.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the surgery is scheduled for Friday and will be to repair a bone defect in his foot.
"We put him in a boot roughly six, seven days ago and we wanted to give it a week. You always err on the side of caution and hope that if you immobilize that thing, it's going to get better. But that's not the case," head coach Chuck Pagano said after Thursday's practice.
"So, Ryan, unfortunately, is going to have to have surgery. We're hoping for a complete recovery on it, but he's going to have to miss some time. How much time, I don't know. I don't have a timetable yet. So, he'll go through that procedure and we'll see what happens."
Schefter also reported that Kelly could be sidelined from six to eight weeks.
08/14/17 - C Ryan Kelly is not expected to be available for the Dallas game on Saturday as he continues rehab on his injured foot. He has not practiced since early last week. Head coach Chuck Pagano, though, says that the former Alabama center is "trending in the right direction." Kelly has quickly developed into the offensive line anchor in just one full season as a starter for Indianapolis.
08/10/17 - C Ryan Kelly was spotted using crutches after exiting Thursday's practice with an undisclosed injury. "I didn't see it," Colts coach Chuck Pagano said of the injury to Kelly. "I think I was on the other field. I heard after awhile they took him off. I'll wait and see what the docs and trainers have to say." Kelly started all 16 games during his rookie season. The 24-year-old Kelly was selected with the 18th overall pick of the 2016 draft. KeLongtime Colts beat writer Mike Chappell of WTTV reported seeing Kelly on crutches.
07/30/17 - C Ryan Kelly certainly learned a few lessons as he heads into his second year in the league. Kelly started all 16 games as a rookie last season after being the team's No. 1 draft pick in 2016. "Very confident in the offensive line," Kelly said after the first training camp practice Sunday. "Zero sacks is obviously the goal. It's a high bar, but you have to set it unrealistically high."
11/30/16 - C Ryan Kelly (shoulder) was able to participate in Wednesday's workout. Kelly missed most of the Steelers' game last Thursday night. He may be cleared to play against the Jets Monday night.
11/25/16 - C Ryan Kelly (shoulder) was hurt early in the Pittsburgh game and did not return. His status for Dec. 5 has yet to be determined.
11/24/16 - C Ryan Kelly (shoulder), WR T.Y. Hilton (back), LB Robert Mathis (elbow), RG Denzelle Good (shoulder) and CB Vontae Davis (groin) all sustained injuries during the first three quarters Thursday and did not return to action. "We are a beat-up football team right now, but we have some time to get some guys back and move forward," Colts coach Chuck Pagano said.
10/03/16 - C Ryan Kelly (shoulder) was sidelined briefly against Jacksonville but was able to return and finish the game. The rookie should be good to go for this week's home game against Chicago.
09/22/16 - C Ryan Kelly (shoulder) watched Thursday's practice from the sideline. Kelly, though, should be good to go for Sunday's game and will start against the San Diego Chargers (4:25 p.m. ET)
08/31/16 - C Ryan Kelly looked like a first-year player in last week's preseason loss to Philadelphia. Although Kelly is listed as a starter, he will most likely play for a few series to begin Thursday night's game at Cincinnati (7:30 p.m. ET). He needs the work. "You're never as good or as bad as you think you're going to be. All the mistakes you've ever made are correctable as long as you can transition from in the classroom onto the field and correct those mistakes," he said.