(Eds: With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer The Indianapolis Colts spent big money to protect their franchise quarterback.
So when Buffalo's Mario Williams got a clean shot on Andrew Luck on the fifth pass play of the preseason, left tackle Anthony Castonzo, like just about everyone else, was upset.
''He said, `Do you want to get hurt, Andrew?''' Luck said, explaining the blown block was the result of a cadence error. ''So I told him I'd publicly take that one on me. He's in the clear for that.''
Assessing blame isn't the key issue in Indy's locker room. Keeping Luck upright is, which is why the Colts made an enormous effort trying to revamp their offensive line.
After watching the new franchise quarterback go down 41 times last season and get hit dozens more times, team owner Jim Irsay, general manager Ryan Grigson and coach Chuck Pagano all came to the same conclusion: take better care of Luck.
Grigson, a former offensive lineman who seemingly has a cellphone glu...