Nate Dunlevy speaks with Colts Left Tackle Anthony Castonzo at a community service event.
Like most upwardly mobile young man, Anthony Castonzo rolls in style.
Well, he rolls anyway.
The rookie left tackle appeared at the Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center on the Northwest side of Indianapolis yesterday afternoon to help Verizon recognize the efforts of the venerable community organization. Castonzo read to children and served as a guest instructor for a Zumba class as part of a celebration of the center's efforts in the area. CEO Helen Woods-Lands accepted the honors on behalf of the 25 year-old neighborhood organization. A United Way charity, the Fay Biccard Glick center offers a variety of services to moderate and low income families and depends heavily on support from local churches and schools as well as St. Vincent's.
The 6'7" giant arrived early for the event with the aid of a small cart designed to help support his leg. The cart was originally purchased for Dwight...