By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell departed Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. He apparently has a left knee injury.
He got injured when Vikings safety Harrison Smith landed awkwardly on his knee. Campbell then went down immediately in pain.
Campbell was not able to put any weight on his leg. A cart was then called to help him off the field.
The second-year had one carry for seven yards in the game, before leaving.
In the season-opener, he had six receptions for 71 yards. Campbell also had one carry for nine yards.
In his rookie season in 2019, he appeared in seven games, including three starts. He had 18 receptions for 127 yards and one touchdown.
Campbell had four carries for 34 yards.
He was listed as the Colts slot wide receiver. Now, without Campbell, head coach Frank Reich and offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni will have to count on Michael Pittman Jr., Ashton Dulin, Dezmon Patmon, and Daurice Fountain to fill Campbell’s role for the time being.
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