Albeit the Indianapolis Foals are harming at running back, they delivered a previous rising star whose profession has gone downhill.
On Thursday, the group delivered Phillip Lindsay and marked running back Jake Funk to the training crew.
Lindsay started his vocation by making the Master Bowl as an undrafted new kid on the block and surpassing 1,000 hurrying yards in every one of his initial two seasons. Be that as it may, he become undesirable with the Denver Horses in 2020.
Subsequent to getting restricted reps with the Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins last year, Lindsay played three games with the Foals this season. A few fans are perplexed by the 28-year-old’s downfall while asking why Indianapolis had no need for him.
Just another Colts L https://t.co/f2TRTz7YQy— Dale (@daleseph) November 10, 2022
Phillip Lindsay was good and teams just kinda stopped using him. Don’t understand https://t.co/6cyvu8ivsx— Lark (@lark_sports) November 10, 2022
Honestly the demise of Lindsay is still flabbergasting to me. https://t.co/PWOAVP00t0— Evan St. Brøwn® (@FFEvanlution) November 10, 2022
The Yearlings had proactively raised Lindsay from the training crew multiple times, so they would have expected to add him to the dynamic program. With Jonathan Taylor on target to get back from a lower leg injury, they rather gave Lindsay’s training crew spot to Funk.
Since Lindsay has been called up to the active roster from the PS 3 times already, the Colts would have had to sign him to the active roster to keep him. Lindsay likely done as a Colt. https://t.co/WcYE3njpIY— Andrew Moore (@AndrewMooreNFL) November 10, 2022
Lindsay acquired 68 yards on 21 contacts. Indeed, even with Taylor dormant, Lindsay got just a single portable nine snaps in Sunday’s 26-3 misfortune to the New Britain Nationalists.
With Deon Jackson encountering a knee injury, the Yearlings could incline vigorously on Taylor in the event that he gets back to confront the Las Vegas Plunderers in Week 10