Indianapolis confirmed the second-ending diagnosis Monday afternoon.
A 2018 second-round pick, Turay was in the midst of what looked to be a breakout campaign, compiling 1.5 sacks through five games as a rotational rusher, playing 25.2 percent of the defensive snaps through five games, per Next Gen Stats. On Sunday night, the second-year player was credited with three QB hits, half a sack and two tackles.
The season-ending injury is a blow to a Colts defense that has dealt with significant injuries early in the campaign. The latest setback is just one more issue for Frank Reich's team to overcome in 2019.
Here are other injuries we're tracking Monday:
- The Cleveland Browns announced the following inactives for Monday Night Football: WR Taywan Taylor, CB Denzel Ward, DB Greedy Williams, DB Sheldrick Redwine, DE Genard Avery, OL Kendall Lamm and WR Rashard Higgins.
The 49ers announced the following inactives for "MNF": QB C.J. Beathard, RB Jeff Wilson, CB Ahkello Witherspoon, OT Joe Staley, OT Sam Young, WR Jordan Matthews and DL Jullian Taylor.
- X-rays came back negative on Chiefs left guard Andrew Wylie's ankle, per Pelissero. He'll undergo further testing as a precaution, but it appears he suffered just a sprain, Pelissero added.
Defensive lineman Chris Jones suffered a groin strain and is expected to miss some time, Rapoport reported, per a source. Jones is considered week-to-week.
Defensive tackle Xavier Williams suffered a badly sprained ankle and will have an MRI this morning to determine how long he's out, according to Rapoport.
- Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson said wide receiver DeSean Jackson continues to rehab and the plan is for him to do more in practice this week. Jackson has missed the past three games with an abdomen injury. Pederson said Darren Sproles is week to week with a quad strain, and Corey Clement and Nelson Agholor will fill in on punt returns.
- Jacksonville Jaguars tight end James O'Shaughnessy will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL, Rapoport reported, via sources. An MRI showed a clean tear for the fifth-year veteran, and he'll undergo surgery when the swelling goes down, Rapoport added.
- New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard sustained a concussion versus the Vikings and is back in concussion protocol, NFL Network's Kimberly Jones said. Shepard also suffered one in Week 1 against the Cowboys. Jones added Shepard displayed symptoms Monday morning and, given his recent history, he is expected to miss considerable time, per a source. He will miss Week 6 against the Patriots.