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Colts Wide Receiver Parris Campbell suffers PCL Injury

Parris Campbell

Though an injury is never good news, the news that Parris Cambpell suffered a PCL injury is actually positive for the second year wide receiver. Parris Campbell’s diagnosed injury was reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN.

Initially it was reported that Campbell had torn his ACL which would have ended his season early for the second year in a row. However a PCL injury could only keep him sidelined for a few weeks.

Campbell was taken 59th overall by the Indianapolis Colts in 2019. But was only active for seven games last season due to multiple injuries sustained last year.

In his first start against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Campbell had six catches off nine targets for 71 yards and looked like he could be a major contributor to this offense. Depending on when Campbell gets reactivated he can still claim a major part of this offense and won’t fall behind rookie Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal on the depth chart.

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