Indianapolis Colts wide recipient Mike Strachan could miss most of instructional course in the wake of going through a strategy on his knee this offseason.

Strachan missed the spring rehearses because of the injury and had a system done before they broke for summer, 

 and presently he could miss an enormous piece of instructional course too.

The second-year wide beneficiary was put on the PUP rundown to start camp,

and head supervisor Chris Ballard gave a little update on the standpoint of Strachan's timetable.

"Mike Strachan, he had a knee system before he left. He will be a tad of time, we think before the finish of camp he'll be back yet we'll see," 

Ballard said Tuesday. "He's as yet rehabbing and gaining ground."

A seventh-round pick during the 2021 NFL draft, Strachan illuminated the preseason to start his youngster crusade. 

It didn't add up to a lot of anything during the ordinary season, however, as he showed up in six games while recording two gatherings for 26 yards.

Seventh-round picks aren't supposed to contribute a lot — if by any means — during their tenderfoot seasons.

Presently entering his subsequent year, there's an opportunity for Strachan to catch a job on the dynamic list.

In any case, the viewpoint gets somewhat more overcast now that he's supposed to miss a part of camp at the very least while he recuperates from a medical procedure.

We'll see what happens when Strachan returns as he'll have a great deal of time to make up before the season begins.