Indianapolis Colts center Khaled Holmes injured his ankle in the preseason opener, but he will only be out for two to three weeks.
Indianapolis Colts center Khaled Holmes suffered an ankle injury at the beginning of the Colts’ first preseason game against the New York Jets, and the offense noticeably lost their momentum when he was taken out.
However, the Colts received good news when it was announced he would only be out for two to three weeks.
This means that Holmes will be able to return for the Colts’ regular-season opener against the Denver Broncos.
The Colts were finally able to catch a break after enduring a myriad of injuries last season and losing Donald Thomas for this season. Undrafted free agent Jonotthan Harris had to step in for Holmes, and he botched two snaps, so Holmes’ impending return is a huge relief for the Colts.
The Colts struggled on the offensive line last season, but Holmes coming back will be a great start to helping the unit improve and ultimately protect quarterback Andrew Luck.