Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Colts picks: 5/136 - Josh Chapman, NT, 6-1, 316, Alabama...Chapman suffered a torn ACL and meniscus in his left knee on Oct. 1. An outstanding talent who will push for a starting job if healthy. - The Sports Xchange
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11/15/13 - NT Josh Chapman (knee) saw playing time against the Titans. Chapman, who underwent knee surgery prior to last season, experienced some swelling in the knee three weeks ago and did not play against Houston or St. Louis.
11/12/13 - --NT Josh Chapman (knee) returned for Tuesday's practice after missing the last week and a half due to swelling in his surgically-repaired knee. He did not play against Houston or the Rams. His is expected to be available to play against Tennessee on Thursday night.
11/11/13 - NT Josh Chapman (knee) did not play against the Rams. Chapman, who underwent knee surgery prior to last season, experienced some swelling in the knee two weeks ago and did not play against Houston or St. Louis. His availability for the St. Louis game has yet to be determined.
11/06/13 - NT Josh Chapman (knee) did not practice Wednesday. Chapman suffered a bone bruise in practice last week. He did not play at Houston last Sunday night. His status for the St. Louis game won't be determined until later this week.
11/04/13 - NT Josh Chapman (knee) did not make the trip to Houston. Chapman, who underwent knee surgery prior to last season, experienced some swelling in the knee last Saturday. His availability for the Rams game has yet to be determined.
08/13/13 - NT Josh Chapman. The second-year defensive lineman has been the talk of training camp. Chapman missed the 2012 season after suffering a knee injury his final year at Alabama. He sat out his rookie season with the Colts in order to fully rehab his knee. He appears to be exactly what the Colts' defense has lacked for the past several seasons. Chapman is currently working as the No. 2 nose tackle behind veteran free agent pickup Aubrayo Franklin.
07/31/13 - NT Josh Chapman also missed the 2012 season after undergoing knee surgery. He has been cleared to practice and took part in the Colts' opening workouts.
11/27/12 - NT Josh Chapman and DT Fili Moala officially had their 2012 seasons come to an end as the Colts placed both on injured reserve Tuesday. Chapman was activated from the physically unable to perform list Nov. 12, but was inactive the past two weeks as the Colts evaluated to see if the rookie from Alabama had recovered enough from a knee injury to play this season.
11/23/12 - NT Josh Chapman (knee) remains hopeful of playing Sunday. Chapman had full work Wednesday and Thursday.
11/21/12 - NT Josh Chapman (knee) practiced fully Wednesday. Chapman remains hopeful of playing Sunday.