On Thursday Vinatieri meets with team doctors.
Vinatieri said he is meeting with general manager Chris Ballard and the team's medical staff Thursday afternoon, and that should help provide clarity on whether he plays again this season or goes on injured reserve list. Vinatieri has never been below 73.5 percent on field goals in a season and is at 83.8 percent for his career.
He has six missed extra points and is converting 68 percent of his field-goal attempts this season. Two of Vinatieri's misses - at the Chargers and Pittsburgh - cost the Colts games.
Vinatieri was restricted in training due to a knee injury and after training he had an MRI on his knee and his status for Sunday is doubtful, NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported Wednesday night. He also has had three kicks blocked, including one that was returned 63 yards for a touchdown against Tennessee this past Sunday.
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"I'm doing everything I can to get back out there", said Hilton, who has not practiced since the setback.
The 46-year-old kicker from South Dakota has been working for decades as one of the league's most prolific kickers.
"Docs and trainers and everybody will put their two cents in and we'll see if we can go", Vinatieri said.