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T.Y. Hilton to get MRI, could miss time

Posted at 2:49 PM, Sep 14, 2015

The biggest hit the Colts took other than the "1" in the loss column Sunday was the late game injury to their No. 1 wide receiver T.Y. Hilton.

In the Week 1 loss to the Buffalo Bills, Hilton sustained a knee injury in the closing stages of the third quarter, forcing him to leave Sunday's game early.

He will undergo an MRI, according to ESPN.

Owner Jim Irsay said Hilton's X-ray was negative, but he could still miss some time. He said the knee "doesn't look like it's anything real serious."

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Monday morning, reporter Ian Rapoport reported that Hilton could miss 1-2 games with the knee bruise. 

If Hilton does miss time, Andre Johnson will step in as the No. 1, with Donte Moncrief at the No. 2 wide out and Phillip Dorsett filling the slot No. 3 role.

In mid-August, the Colts extended Hilton's contract until the 2020 season.

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In 26 starts, Hilton has 214 catches for 3,289 yards and 19 touchdowns.

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