Colts' Parris Campbell (knee, IR) could return this season
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich told reporters that wide receiver Parris Campbell (knee, IR) has not been ruled out for the season.
Campbell suffered a brutal knee injury during the team's Week 2 victory over the Minnesota Vikings that had the looks of a season-ender, but there appears to be some hope that the sophomore receiver will be able to return at some point this season. Campbell is dealing with injuries to multiple ligaments in his knee, but there is a possibility he is able to avoid surgery.
Campbell looked poised for a breakout after his electric 6 catch, 71-yard Week 1 performance, but suffered the injury near the start of Week 2. Campbell's absence should open up more looks for Mo Alie-Cox in the middle of the field and T.Y. Hilton.
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