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WESTFIELD – Jonathan Taylor was not at Colts practice today, the first one of the nine practices that the star running back has not been present on the sidelines.

“This is just a part of his rehab process,” Steichen said. “If you don’t see him out here, it’s a part of his rehab.”

The All-Pro running back has asked for a trade after the team refused to make him an extension offer entering the final year of his rookie contract.

“I’d like to see that,” Steichen said when asked if Taylor will practice at all in training camp. “We’ll see how it all plays out, though.”

The Colts placed Taylor on the Active-Physically Unable to Perform List on the day before training camp opened due to the ankle injury he suffered last season. It was a high-ankle sprain that he hurt three different times between Week 4 and 15, with the final one shutting down his season.

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Taylor underwent a procedure called arthroscopic debridement shortly after the season ended. It’s a minimally invasive procedure that aims to clean up the ankle and carries a 2- to 4-week return-to-play timeline, a source with knowledge of these procedures told Indy Star.

It’s the same procedure linebacker E.J. Speed underwent this offseason, and he was able to come back for the team’s veteran minicamp in June.

“I bounced back perfect,” Speed said.

Taylor has not suffered any new injuries in team settings since last season. A team source did tell FOX59 and ESPN that Taylor suffered a back injury away from the facility that could be eligible for the Non-Football Injury List, but Taylor refuted that report on Twitter, and the Colts have not made any such move.

The Colts could use a Taylor return soon. They’ve lost Zack Moss to a broken arm that will sideline him until at least the season opener. Deon Jackson also missed Tuesday’s practice with an undisclosed injury.

The backfield is down to fifth-round Northwestern rookie Evan Hull, newly signed Kenyan Drake, undrafted Maine rookie Zavier Scott and second-year undrafted Maryland product Jake Funk. The absences have made it a challenge to build out the multi-faceted, run-pass-option rushing attack around Anthony Richardson that Steichen has been envisioning.

None of those players have near the pedigree of Taylor, who led the NFL with 1,811 rushing yards and 18 rushing scores in 2021 before falling to 861 yards and four scores last year while missing six games with the ankle injury.

The Colts play their first preseason game Saturday in Buffalo, and it remains to be seen who will be available in the backfield.

Contact Colts insider Nate Atkins at natkins@indystar.com. Follow him on Twitter @NateAtkins_.