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Injuries: Colts place TE Eric Ebron (ankles) on IR

Eric Ebron's 2019 campaign is over.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports the Indianapolis Colts are placing Ebron on injured reserve as the tight end is set to undergo surgery on both ankles. The veteran tight end first popped up on the Colts' injury report with ankle injuries during Week 9. The Colts later officially placed Ebron on IR.

Ebron was listed as questionable heading into Week 12's matchup against the Houston Texans. He suited up, totaling four catches for 44 yards.

Ebron's sixth season prematurely ends with 31 receptions for 375 yards and three touchdowns. The 26-year-old entered 2019 coming off a year where he posted career-high totals of 66 receptions, 750 yards and 13 TDs, which was his first season in Indianapolis after landing there via free agency.

Colts coach Frank Reich also said running back Marlon Mack will not play again this week. Mack fractured his hand in Week 11.

Other injuries we're monitoring around the league on Monday:

»Ravens center Matt Skura was carted off with a leg injury in the first quarter against the Rams. It was later confirmed that Skura suffered a knee sprain and would not return in the second half.

After missing last week's game due to personal reasons, Los Angeles Rams receiver Robert Woods is active for Monday night's clash with the Ravens. L.A.'s inactives are WR Nsimba Webster, DB Darious Williams, DB Dont'e Deayon, DB Jake Gervase, LB Natrez Patrick, OL Jamil Demby and OL Rob Havenstein.

»The Baltimore Ravens' inactives are QB Trace McSorley, WR Jaleel Scott, DBBennett Jackson, CB Anthony Averett, OL Ben Powers, DL Zach Sieler and DL Michael Pierce.

»Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson says quarterback Carson Wentz has a bruise on his thowing hand near his middle finger. Wentz is considered day to day but should be fine playing this week.

»Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio told reporters linebacker Von Miller had treatment and tests done Monday on his knee. "He's fine at this point," Fangio said.

» After missing Week 12, Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner (shoulder) provided an injury update on Pittsburgh radio station 93.7 The Fan, and his status for Week 13 against the Browns doesn't sound too promising.

"I need to be smart. If I'm not, then surgery will need to be done," Conner said. "I had a minor setback vs. Cleveland [in Week 11]. It's killing me not being out there. The ligaments need to get stronger." Conner has been dealing with the injury for a few weeks; it also sidelined him in Weeks 9 and 10.

»New York Giants safety Jabrill Peppers has a transverse process fracture, the team announced Monday. Wide receiver Golden Tate suffered a concussion in Sunday's loss and is concussion protocol.

»New Orleans Saints left tackle Terron Armstead suffered a high-ankle sprain in Sunday's win, and will not play Thursday against the Falcons, Rapoport reports. Armstead is considered week-to-week, per Rapoport.

»Green Bay Packers left tackle Bryan Bulaga is believed to have suffered an MCL sprain during Sunday's loss, per Rapoport. Bulaga will undergo an MRI exam to determine how much time he will miss. Rapoport later reported that a source familiar with the situation indicated that Bulaga is expected to miss 1-2 weeks.

»The Cincinnati Bengals fear offensive lineman Alex Redmond suffered a torn biceps in pregame warm ups on Sunday, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

»Carolina Panthers defensive tackle Dontari Poe is feared to have suffered a torn quad, per Rapoport.

»Oakland Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow broke a rib and punctured his lung in Sunday's loss to the Jets, Rapoport reported, per a source. It's unclear how long the promising rookie will be out.

»The San Francisco 49ers will be without defensive lineman Damontre Moore for the rest of the season after Moore suffered a broken forearm Sunday, head coach Kyle Shanahan told reporters.

»Lions quarterback Jeff Driskel was listed on the team's estimated injury report because of a hamstring. Detroit did not practice Monday.

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