Colts receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey has returned to practice two days after he sprained his left knee at training camp.
Heyward-Bey was back on the field for Indianapolis' practice on Tuesday night.
Coach Chuck Pagano says the former first-round pick was cleared for group workout but was kept out of team drills for precautionary reasons.
"We talked about, you know, after the MRI coming back negative that it wasn't anything serious. Came out, warmed up, put him through individual and then, basically, routes versus air, then pulled him back," Pagano said. "We didn't want to do too much today. Tomorrow's a day off, he'll get treatment, at least probably three or four times tomorrow and then come back and probably get a little bit more on Thursday."
Earlier in the day, Pagano said an MRI on Heyward-Bey's knee was negative.
Safety LaRon Landry missed the Tuesday night's workout with an injured left knee. Pagano said it was not serious and described the injury as a tweak.
"Nothing major, just tweaked a little bit of a knee, again, nothing major. We just wanted to hold him and not push him," Pagano said.
(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
Links to the FCC website to view WTHR and/or WALV’s on-line public inspection files:
WTHR: https://stations.fcc.gov/station-profile/WTHR || WALV: https://stations.fcc.gov/station-profile/WALV
Individuals with disabilities may contact Jill Pursell at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 317.655.5602, for assistance with access to the public inspection files.