4 more players return to Colts; see who’s still on reserve/COVID-19 list

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SATURDAY, 2:15 p.m.: The Colts activated quarterback Carson Wentz, right tackle Braden Smith, cornerback T.J. Carrie and practice squad cornerback Chris Wilcox from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

The Colts have three players remaining on the list:

Malik Jefferson (linebacker)

James Morgan (practice squad quarterback)

Eli Wolf (practice squad tight end)

FRIDAY, 10:15 a.m.: The Colts activated safety Jahleel Addae and running back Marlon Mack from the reserve/COVID-19 list under the NFL's new protocols.

The Colts have seven players remaining on the reserve/COVID-19 list:

T.J. Carrie (cornerback)

Malik Jefferson (linebacker)

James Morgan (practice squad quarterback)

Braden Smith (right tackle)

Carson Wentz (quarterback)

Chris Wilcox (practice squad cornerback)

Eli Wolf (practice squad tight end)

THURSDAY, 10:30 a.m.: The Colts activated All-Pro linebacker Darius Leonard, starting safety Khari Willis and starting receiver Zach Pascal from the reserve/COVID-19 list under the NFL's new protocols.

WEDNESDAY, 11:30 a.m.: The Colts activated guards Mark Glowinski and Quenton Nelson, defensive end Kemoko Turay, cornerback Rock Ya-Sin and tight end Farrod Green (practice squad) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday

The five players will return to the complex under the league’s new protocols.

The Colts added quarterback James Morgan and tight end Eli Wolf from the practice squad to the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday.

PREVIOUS: The Indianapolis Colts are one of the latest NFL teams to suffer a COVID-19 outbreak, putting 15 players on the list in the last week.

Here's which players are on the list (updated through Thursday, 10:30 a.m.):

T.J. Carrie (cornerback)

Malik Jefferson (linebacker)

James Morgan (practice squad quarterback)

Braden Smith (right tackle)

Carson Wentz (quarterback)

Chris Wilcox (practice squad cornerback)

Eli Wolf (practice squad tight end)

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Wentz was put on the list Tuesday.

The team placed eight players on the list last week leading up to its game against Arizona. Six more players were added Monday.

In total, 106 players were added to the COVID-19 list across the NFL on Monday, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

Follow IndyStar trending sports reporter Matthew VanTryon on Twitter @MVanTryon and email him story ideas at matthew.vantryon@indystar.com.

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