Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and his wife, Sara, were at home Sunday after they were struck by a car on Interstate 65 in North Carolina.
Luck was in stable condition Sunday afternoon and was expected to be released from a local hospital.
The accident occurred around 6:45 p.m. in the westbound lanes of Interstate 65 when Luck and a friend were traveling west on the interstate, according to the Charlotte Observer.
At some point during the collision, Luck was thrown from his car and hit the ground, according the newspaper.
He was taken to an area hospital for treatment.
There was no indication from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department whether Luck was seriously injured.
Luck’s wife was able to get out of the car and was not seriously injured, the newspaper reported.
Luck has not played in the NFL since being drafted No. 1 overall by the Colts in the 2014 NFL draft.
Lions’ DeAndre Levy is the most likely to return to action Sunday after missing the past four games with a neck injury.
Levy was limited in practice earlier this week, according in the Charlotte Post and Courier.
Bears linebacker Reuben Foster was also limited in practices but did not miss any time.
He is expected to return for Sunday’s game against the Colts, according ESPN’s Mike Garafolo.
Dolphins safety Mike Jenkins has also been limited this week.
It is the second straight game that Jenkins has missed time with an injury.
In his first game back on Sept. 3, he left with a right ankle sprain.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Lions were planning to use the bye week to address some issues that have hindered their running game.
“It’s definitely a challenge because they haven’t had a chance to really get in sync with the other guys,” receiver Devin Funchess told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
“It’s kind of like a different game than they normally play.”
Rams wideout Kenny Britt has been limited with a knee injury.
Britt was limited during the first half Sunday, according and ESPN.com.
He did not return to practice.