From Indy Star's Mike Chappell (who is a very nice guy, by the way):
Every indication is that Sanders and Gonzalez are on schedule with their rehabs. I'm not certain if each will be medically cleared for 100 percent participation in training camp, but I'm expected them to be ready for the start of the regular season.
Bob Sanders did not participate in training camp or pre-season last year, rehabbing from an injury separate from the one he is currently recovering from. Not having him fully participate in camp is not the end of the world, but it is disappointing.
If Chappell is correct in his assumption and Anthony Gonzalez is not fully cleared to practice at camp, he is indeed the fourth WR on the depth chart. Maybe it's not "official," but it is pretty logical to assume the coaches will not simply bench the very productive Pierre Garcon for a guy who is still recovering from a serious knee surgery. If Gonzo somehow gets healthy in camp and yanks Garcon's starting job away or puts Collie on the bench as the slot guy, that would be a major coup. Since that is unlikely to happen, Garcon is your starting WR for the Colts heading into the 2010 regular season.
I hope that makes things clear.
Gregg Rosenthal of PFT weighs in on Gonzo:
Gonzalez is more of a luxury at this point. He's likely fourth on the Colts wideout depth chart, creating a good problem of finding snaps for him along with Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie.
Based of past experiences with other players, I am certainly not optimistic we will see Gonzo or Bob in pre-season. How rusty they will be entering the regular season, if they even play in the regular season, remains to be seen. I'm intentionally being pessimistic on this so that I can be happily surprised when we (hopefully) see the Bob Sanders and Anthony Gonzalez we all hope for.