Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton will play Sunday for the Colts despite dealing with a shoulder injury, Indianapolis coach Frank Reich told NFL Network's James Palmer.
Here are other injuries we're tracking heading into kickoff Sunday:
- Kansas City Chiefs standout safety Eric Berry (heel), who has practiced for two consecutive weeks, will not play Sunday against the Ravens. All signs, however, point to Berry playing for the first time in 2018 against the Chargers in a huge AFC West showdown on Thursday night. Chiefs receiver Sammy Watkins (foot) also is out against the Ravens.
- Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Gallup, who missed practice time with an illness, should play Sunday, according to Rapoport per a source. In other welcomed news for Dallas, standout left tackle Tyron Smith (neck), who missed the last two games, is expected to return to the field Sunday in an NFC East tussle for first place against the Eagles.
- Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard recently underwent arthroscopic surgery to trim a meniscus injury, sources told Rapoport. The minor procedure means Howard hasn't been ruled out for next week yet. He will not play Sunday.
"I am told he has a small tear in his hip and that is what kept him on the sideline, that is what he's battling," Rapoport said on NFL GameDay Morning. "He is rapidly approaching full health."