Colts hold Nyheim Hines (shoulder) out Thursday
Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines (shoulder) did not participate in Thursday's practice.
The Colts play the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night, so this is their first practice of the week. Hines didn't appear to suffer an injury last weekend and he participated in a media session on Thursday, so he should be fine for Week 5. Jonathan Taylor could see a larger pass-catching role if Hines winds up not being able to play. Marlon Mack would also be in line for more work.
Hines has played between 31-37 percent of the offensive snaps in games with neutral-to-positive game scripts, compared to 45-56 percent in negative game scripts. Per numberFire's NFL Heat Map, the Colts are currently 7.0-point underdogs against a Ravens defense that is allowing the fourth-most receiving yards per game to opposing running backs.
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