Indianapolis Colts linebacker Clint Session has a broken arm.
Session’s agent, Harold Lewis, said Thursday that the fourth-year player dislocated his right elbow and broke his right forearm during Monday night’s victory over Houston.
Session left the game after making a tackle on Andre Johnson in the first half, but he returned later and finished the game. NFL.com first reported the extent of the injury.
The Colts have not provided an update. Lewis says he cannot confirm rumors that Session has been put on season-ending injured reserve, though he did not practice Wednesday or Thursday.
The Colts already have 11 players on injured reserve.
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