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On January 18, Anthony Castonzo appeared at a Verizon charity event held at the Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center in Indianapolis. He was photographed by the Indy Star wearing a cast on his lower left leg and wheeling it around on a rolling chair designed to keep pressure off it. He also spoke with ColtsAuthority's own Nate Dunlevy, and shared some information regarding his injured left ankle.
Like so many Colts' players that night, Castonzo was injured in the Week 4 game against Tampa Bay. He sat out 4 games, then for the rest of the season just didn't look as good as he had in the first games. Many had speculated that he hadn't fully healed, and now we have confirmation that there had indeed been an issue.
Castonzo told Dunlevy that he had torn a tendon in his leg, and that he had surgery just last week (week of Jan 9). He expects to start upper body workouts by early February, and will begin to rehab his leg in early March. He is expected to make a full re...
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Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star reported that the Colts and Peyton Manning can’t push back the March 8th when he’s a due a $28 million option bonus.
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, the only way the push back the deadline, would be to renegotiate Manning’s contract, which is obviously something that can get done.
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During today’s PFT Live, Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star (click the box in the right rail to watch it) raised an interesting point regarding the $28 million option bonus due and payable to Colts quarterback Peyton Manning on March 8. Kravitz has heard that Peyton and the Colts can’t delay the due date, which…
INDIANAPOLIS — Peyton Manning still intends to play football. He's also no fan of the Indianapolis Colts' big offseason overhaul that included the firing of coach Jim Caldwell and other executives. In an interview that appeared Tuesday in the Indianapolis Star, Manning touched on everything from his plans to the ...
As a Baltimorean, I’m not a huge fan of the Indianapolis Colts. I will be even less of a fan if what I’m about to write comes to fruition.
According to this tweet from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Colts are interested in interviewing Baltimore’s defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano.
Pagano is a first-year defensive coordinator that had the unit has the third best defense in the...
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1998 Draft (A-)
1999 Draft (A)
2000 Draft (B+)
2001 Draft (A)
2002 Draft (B)
2003 Draft (A+)
2004 Draft (B)
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