Should see added work Thursday
Hines and Phillip Lindsay are expected to lead the Colts' rushing corps Thursday against the Broncos with Jonathan Taylor (ankle) ruled out for the Week 5 contest, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Hines, who has logged eight carries and 17 catches through his first four games, represents an alternative option to those who roster Taylor or are looking for some short-term backfield depth. Meanwhile, Lindsay will likely be elevated from the Colts' practice squad ahead of Thursday's contest and could also factor in Thursday. Deon Jackson is on hand as another depth option in the backfield.
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Crowder (ankle) said this week that he's targeting a return to action in late December, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. "It's just all about how I'm feeling at that point and how well the rehab has gone," Crowder noted.
McKenzie brought in all five targets for 44 yards in the Bills' 24-10 win over the Patriots on Thursday night.
Singletary rushed 13 times for 51 yards and a touchdown and failed to bring in either of his two targets in the Bills' 24-10 win over the Patriots on Thursday night.
Cook rushed 14 times for 64 yards and secured all six targets for 41 yards in the Bills' 24-10 win over the Patriots on Thursday night.
Davis secured two of seven targets for 15 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 24-10 win over the Patriots on Thursday night.
Diggs secured seven of nine targets for 92 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 24-10 win over the Patriots on Thursday night.
Allen completed 22 of 33 passes for 223 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Bills' 24-10 win over the Patriots on Thursday night. He also rushed eight times for 20 yards and lost a fumble.
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Miller (knee) has been placed on IR by the Bills.
Allen logged his first full practice Monday since suffering a right elbow injury against the Jets in Week 9, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.
Hines isn't participating during the Bills' team workout Sunday due to an illness, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.