» Buckner was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday. With Denico Autry, another starter along the defensive line, also currently on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, the Colts will likely turn to third-year defensive tackle/end Tyquan Lewis to take over at the three-technique spot. Lewis, one of the Colts’ four second-round picks in the 2018 NFL Draft, has a career-high 16 tackles (six for a loss) and 3.5 sacks on the year, despite playing just more than 33 percent of the team’s defensive snaps; he also has four quarterback hits and a pass defensed. Grover Stewart, the Colts’ starting one-tech, and Taylor Stallworth are the other interior defensive linemen currently on the active roster; the team also has defensive tackles Kameron Cline, Chris Williams and Rob Windsor on its practice squad. Windsor, the 2020 sixth-round pick out of Penn State, was elevated to the active roster last Sunday against the Packers and ended up making his NFL debut, earning his first-career tackle in two total defensive snaps.