Indianapolis, IN – The Indianapolis Colts suffered a major blow to their wide receiver corps on Thursday, as Ashton Dulin was placed on injured reserve with a torn ACL. The injury is expected to sideline Dulin for the remainder of the season.
Dulin, 26, was a key contributor to the Colts’ offense last season, catching 15 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown. He also was a valuable member of the special teams unit.
The injury occurred during Wednesday night’s practice. Dulin was immediately taken to the hospital, where he underwent an MRI that confirmed the torn ACL.
Dulin is the second Colts wide receiver to suffer a season-ending injury this offseason. Michael Pittman Jr. tore his ACL in June.
The Colts now have just three healthy wide receivers on their roster: Michael Strachan, Dezmon Patmon, and DeMichael Harris. They are expected to sign another wide receiver before the start of the regular season.
Dulin is under contract with the Colts through the 2024 season. He is expected to make a full recovery and return to the team next season.