(TERRE HAUTE, IN) - Training camp continued Tuesday in Terre Haute and the Indianapolis Colts had a starting defender go down in the morning practice.
Cornerback Kelvin Hayden suffered a hamstring injury and is expected to be out three to four weeks.
All four of the Colts starting defensive backs missed Friday's preseason opener with injuries with Hayden sitting out with a leg injury.
The Horseshoes lost defensive end Raheem Brock for the remainder of the preseason when he broke his left hand against Minnesota last Friday.
The Colts re-signed veteran defensive lineman Josh Thomas on Tuesday and waived rookie running back Walter Mendenhall.
The Terre Haute portion of camp concludes with a light practice this morning.
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