The Colts on Sunday sustained two significant injuries – one to WR Reggie Wayne (groin) and the other two RB Donald Brown (shoulder).
Wayne, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, told Polian on Sunday following a 42-6 victory over St. Louis that “he felt good,” while Polian said the injury to Brown – a first-round selection in this past April’s 2009 NFL Draft – was a “shoulder contusion.”
“He was given some exercises to do,” Polian of Brown said Monday on his weekly radio on 97.1 Hank FM in Indianapolis. “The feeling was it wasn’t terrible. It was clearly a very painful contusion.”
Polian didn’t specify a timetable on either player, but while discussing backup running back Mike Hart later in the show said “if he [Brown] misses a week or two or three, Mike is very likely to be up and dressed and playing a big role.”