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ANTHONY CASTONZO RUMORS

Anthony Castonzo to face his biggest challenge yet

Anthony Castonzo and J.J. Watt were drafted 11 spots apart in the 2011 NFL Draft, but their careers have taken different paths since entering the league. Watt has established himself as the best defensive end in the league, making first team All-Pro twice, two Pro Bowls, and the 2012 defensive player of the year. Castonzo struggled to acclimate to the speed of the game, and until...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Castonzo: A lot more productive than you think

The Colts picked up the fifth year option on left tackle Anthony Castonzo. The media has criticized the Colts for this stating he has not lived up to his hype of being a first round draft pick in 2011. Yet, Castonzo has improved every year in this career, and while he may not be an elite tackle yet, the potential is there. He gave up only four sacks last year in over 1,000 passing...
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May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

The Importance of Anthony Castonzo Moving Forward

 The Indianapolis Colts recently picked up offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo’s 5th year option, and keeping him long-term is the best solution going forward. For the last several seasons, the Colts have had one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL. It has been riddled with injuries and marred by inconsistencies. They have just not found a way to clog up the hole in their offensive...
Via Everything Colts
April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Colts Exercise OT Anthony Castonzo’s Fifth-Year Option

  Will Brinson of CBS Sports reports that the Colts have exercised LT Anthony Castonzo‘s fifth-year option. The 2015 option will run the Colts $7.438 million, but this salary is only guaranteed for injury, so they could focus on a long-term extension in the time being.  The Colts had major offensive line issues when they drafted Castonzo a few years ago, and while he struggled...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Anthony Castonzo: Room for improvement

His mere presence when he enters the room will intimidate most people. At 6’7″ and 307 pounds, Anthony Castonzo has the ideal size of a left offensive tackle in the NFL. His job, to protect the face of the franchise Andrew Luck. Castonzo will be entering his fourth season with the Colts, and was taken in the first round by the team in 2011. The Colts have been looking for a dependable...
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April 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Anthony Castonzo's MCL Sprain Not Serious; Should be Ready for Season Opener

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...
Via Everything Colts
August 26, 2013  |  Discuss

In the Training Room: Colts OT Anthony Castonzo

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...
Via The Colts Authority
January 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Interview with Anthony Castonzo

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...
Via The Colts Authority
January 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Castonzo vs. the Jags

Coltsider broke down the game film and found that Anthony Castonzo's productivity wasn't as bad as it looked: Overall, it seems that Castonzo’s play wasn’t as bad as it first seemed that it may have been. Castonzo started out slow, as four of those negative plays happened in the first seven pass plays. From there on out he only allowed one negative play, the Orlovsky...
Via The Colts Authority
November 18, 2011  |  Discuss

Castonzo returns

It's been a while since Colts fans had a left tackle they trusted.  Luckily Anthony Castonzo appears poised to resume his promising rookie campaign: Indianapolis Colts rookie offensive left tackle Anthony Castonzo showed up at the end of media availability today, but his facial expression told the obvious. He’s back at practice. And the 2011 first-round pick, barring any...
Via The Colts Authority
November 03, 2011  |  Discuss
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