Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark will be out indefinitely with a hand/wrist injury team president Bill Polian has confirmed.
Polian spoke this morning at a CEO Forum at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, where he told the audience:
“He’s got an injury to his wrist, which is a relatively rare injury. He’s visiting a doctor in Cleveland today. He’s due to come in and talk late this afternoon when he gets back and I get back. I don’t know what the prognosis is. This is not the kind of injury that is very common where our doctors can say ‘Hey, look, this is a four-week injury or this is a six-week injury.’
“So we'll know more later tonight.”
Colts coach Jim Caldwell also confirmed today that wide receiver Austin Collie has an undisclosed injury that is being evaluated and that both Clark’s and Collie’s injuries will be addressed publicly probably “within the next 24 hours or so.”
Clark is tied for fourth in the NFL but leads tight ends in receptions with 37 and has 347 receiving yards and three touchdowns.