Devin Funchess signed a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts in hopes of boosting his stock for the 2020 free agency. It appears as if that hasn’t happened. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Colts do not plan to activate the wide receiver off of injured reserve, effectively ending his season.

Funchess is dealing with a fractured collarbone.  The plate inserted to fix the break was not as effective as hoped, as he hasn’t healed enough to make his way back onto the gridiron. He suffered the injury in Week 1 of the season and will miss the 15 contests since.

Last we heard from the Colts staff, they were cautiously optimistic with Funchess, saying that they will monitor the situation. Said head coach Frank Reich on Monday, per the team’s official website:

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“Yeah, we’re gonna monitor him as we go. You know, we’ve already talked about his injury a bunch; I mean we’ve gotta make sure that thing’s 100 percent healed, so we’ll monitor it this week and see how it goes.”

A former Michigan Wolverine, Funchess tallied three receptions for 32 yards before suffering the injury. Before Indianapolis, the 6-4 wideout played four seasons with the Carolina Panthers, who selected him in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. In that span, he hauled in 161 receptions for 2,233 yards and 21 touchdowns.

For Indianapolis, the hope was that Funchess would return to help them make a final playoff push amid a litter of injuries to their pass catchers. Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton recently suffered a setback with his calf injury while tight end Eric Ebron is now on the injured reserve with ankle issues.