Smith (foot) participated in Sunday's practice session, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
Smith has been sidelined since Monday due to a foot injury, but he's back on the field to begin the new week. He's locked in as the Colts' starting right tackle.
Smith missed practice Monday due to a foot injury, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Coach Frank Reich said Monday that he doesn't believe the injury is serious, and the team wanted to be cautious with the lineman. Once healthy, Smith is expected to be the Colts' starting right tackle in 2020.
Smith (groin) saw action for 19 offensive snaps during Saturday's preseason tilt against the Browns.
Smith had been dealing with a groin injury since July 31 but was able to come back healthy. The Auburn product is coming off a season in which he started 13 of 15 games for an improved offensive line, and now that he's healthy, he's expected to regain his role as the starting right tackle protecting Andrew Luck.
Smith was absent from Wednesday's practice due to a groin injury, Joel A. Erickson of the Indianapolis Star reports.
Smith was taken by the Colts with the 37th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. He proceeded to start 13 of the 15 games for which he suited up and played his part to help improve a previously poor offensive line. While there is no reason to consider his groin injury anything but minor at this time, expect the team to exercise caution before adding him back into practice in order to avoid an unnecessary setback.