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The Indianapolis Colts' left tackle Anthony Castonzo suffered an MCL sprain early in the Browns game on Saturday.A lot of Colts fans were holding their breaths Saturday night as they watched left tackle Anthony Castonzo lay on the ground in some pain. He was able ot walk on the field and his knee didn't seem horrible, but you never know these days. Many worried about him missing an extended amount of time. The news came back yesterday and you can breath now.The kid's going to be alright! His MCL sprain isn't serious and should be back for the regular season. Castonzo said that he will be back for Week 1. He will not play in the preseason finale against the Cincinnati Bengals, a game that usually features the backups and reserves and will not see many starters at all. It's good rest for Castonzo.While Castonzo was out, Joe Reitz came in and did an admirable job against the Browns. He was able to seal off the rushers and not allow pressures. He did a solid job and ...
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The Indianapolis Colts have waived 11 players and placed Lawrence Sidbury on injured reserve. The Colts have made some moves right after their game against the Browns. The Colts waived the following 11 players:- CB Johnny Adams- CB Allen Chapman- OG Danous Estenor- DT Kellen Heard- K Brandon McManus- RB Davin Meggett- LB C.O Prime- C Rick Schmeig- S Ashante Williams- Injured-waived...
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck knows that the quarterback is considered to be the leader of his franchise.
His humility and respect for both his team and the game is why in year two, he’s still walking in the trail blazed by Reggie Wayne.
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Andrew Luck's protectors are now taking their own hits.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Sunday that left tackle Anthony Castonzo will not play in the preseason finale after an MRI confirmed Castonzo has a mild sprain of the medial collateral ligament in his right knee. Castonzo was injured on the opening series' of Saturday night's 27-6 victory over Cleveland and did not...
Despite being wise beyond his years, the second-year QB knows the Colts are quite totally 'his' team just yet.
According to a team's press release, the Indianapolis Colts have released eleven players on Sunday and placed outside linebacker Lawrence Sidbury on injured reserve. The NFL requires all teams to be down to 75 players on their roster, and with the roster moves over the weekend, the Colts are now down to 78 players on their roster. This means they will need to release three more...
Indianapolis placed linebacker Lawrence Sidbury on injured reserve and waived 11 other players Sunday.
Indy has 78 players on the roster and must get to 75 by Tuesday.
Sidbury was signed in March as an unrestricted free agent and was supposed to help Indy on special teams and add depth at linebacker. He injured his shoulder last week against the Giants and sought a second opinion...
During the team’s third preseason game last night, the
Indianapolis Colts were without their two top tight ends, as Coby Fleener and
Dwayne Allen were out with injuries.
Fleener continues to recover from a sprained right knee. He
was sidelined by a concussion earlier in training camp, but he’s since been
cleared of that. It’s not clear what impact his current knee injury...
Indianapolis is going retro.
After making a nine-game improvement and reaching the playoffs with rookie quarterback Andrew Luck in charge, new offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton has installed a power-running game with double-tight end formations, and coach Chuck Pagano got the pieces he wanted to make Indy's 3-4 defense look more like the defense he had in Baltimore.
Colts running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) will likely miss the final preseason game.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw has yet to play in the preseason, but is expected to be ready for Week 1. He has dealt with foot issues his whole career, but he has been known to play through most injuries.
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey UP
I don’t know why, but Darrius Heyward-Bey seems to have beaten out TY Hilton for the starting job. He’s not that great, but the Colts passing offense could make him fantasy relevant. Donnie Avery was incredibly inefficient last season, yet he still managed 60 catches for 781 yards and 3 touchdowns. He’s worth a look as a depth receiver.
Being the #1 pick and heralded as the best quarterback prospect in years would have many people gain a huge ego. Subsequently it would only seem natural for a quarterback with that kind of hype to attempt to come into a team and take control. Surprisingly though, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has seemed to […]
The Browns disappointing third preseason game was put into perspective by head coach Rob Chudzinski a day after losing to the Indianapolis Colts 27-6.