Colts’ D’Qwell Jackson ‘wasn’t a priority’ for Chargers

Colts defensive end D’Quinton Dunbar is recovering from a left knee injury and is expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Chiefs with a left foot injury, according to multiple reports.

Jackson’s injury was first reported by the Indianapolis Star, which reported that Dunbar suffered a left calf strain during the first quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Titans.

Dunbar left the game with a leg injury during the second quarter.

The Colts were without safety Rodney McLeod (toe) for much of the first half and rookie linebacker Josh McNary (hamstring) for the majority of the second.

The Colts had a three-man rush against the Titans, with defensive end Ryan Kelly and cornerback LaMarr Woodley each getting into the backfield for a sack.

The Titans’ defense had four sacks, including three by Dunbar.

Dunham’s injury leaves Indianapolis with a handful of starters on the injury report and a crowded backfield.

Quarterback Andrew Luck is expected back against the Cardinals after missing the past three games with a sprained ankle.

Luck, who has been out since Week 6, is in line to start Sunday against the Steelers.

The Cardinals have struggled offensively against the run this season, allowing an NFL-high 31.4 points per game.