Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell suffered
a foot injury in a game against Houston Texans on Monday. Parris was ruled out
of the remainder of the game.

Campbell’s injury came after he caught a 51-yard touchdown pass from Carson Wentz for Indianapolis’ first score.

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It was Campbell’s first touchdown since September 15, 2019.

He went to the locker room to be evaluated for a foot
injury. Then, he came back to the sideline but was ruled out during the second

The Colts did get a boost with wide receiver T.Y. Hilton’s return to
the lineup. Hilton had three catches for 70 yards in the first half after
missing the first five games with a neck injury.

The Indianapolis
Colts selected Campbell in the second round (59th overall) of the 2019 NFL
Draft. On September 15, 2019, he caught his first NFL touchdown against the
Tennessee Titans in Week 2. After breaking his foot in Week 14, he was placed
on injured reserve on December 9, 2019. Through seven games and three starts,
Campbell ended the season with 18 receptions for 127 yards and one score.

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Several ailments
plagued him throughout his first season, including a sports hernia that forced
him to miss two games and a fractured hand that forced him to miss four
more games.

Campbell caught six receptions for a career-high 71 yards
in Week 1 of 2020. He tore his PCL and MCL in his left knee in Week 2 and was
put on injured reserve on September 22, 2020.

Campbell played college football for the Ohio State
University football team. He has 13 catches for 121 yards and 21 kick returns
for 584 yards as a sophomore in 2016. Campbell has 40 catches for 584 yards and
three touchdowns as a junior in 2017.

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The Colts will rely on Ashton Dulin and Zach Pascal to fill
Campbell’s shoes after his injury.