Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett (7) talks with former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning during practice at the NFL team’s football training camp in Westfield, Ind., Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019. The Colts held a joint practice with the Cleveland Browns. (Michael Conroy/Associated Press)

WESTFIELD, Ind. — Receiver Daurice Fountain left the Indianapolis Colts final training camp practice on a golf cart after suffering a “significant” injury to his left ankle.

After practice, coach Frank Reich told reporters Fountain was being treated at a hospital.

The second-year player was injured on a running play and when he hit the ground, Fountain could be heard screaming “oh my God” over the crowd. Players immediately took a knee and some gathered around the medical staff in prayer.

Fountain appeared in only one game and did not make a catch last season after being drafted in the fifth round, but improved during the offseason and had a chance of making the active roster at one of the team’s deepest positions.

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