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Colts News: After limited practice Wednesday, Anthony Castonzo sits out Thursday

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Colts Daily Notebook: Limited Wednesday, Anthony Castonzo Misses Thursday’s Practice
Indianapolis Colts left tackle Anthony Castonzo, who was hoping to battle back from a hamstring injury to play Sunday against the Washington Redskins, did not participate in practice on Thursday. What else did we learn on the day?

Colts Notebook: Anthony Castonzo Misses Colts Thursday Practice | 1070 the Fan

On Thursday, veteran left tackle Anthony Castonzo missed the team’s second practiced of the week after looking like he would make his season debut in Week Two. Could Castonzo miss a second straight game?

Colts tackle Anthony Castonzo did not practice Thursday
The team's left tackle said there was 'no question' he would be ready to play Sunday but didn't practice Thursday

Colts’ notebook: A setback for Anthony Castonzo? Veteran LT did not practice Thursday | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Anthony Castonzo’s vow to return to the Indianapolis Colts’ lineup apparently has hit a snag. One day after insisting he would play Sunday against Washington – “Yeah, absolutely.

Colts Need More Explosive Plays From Andrew Luck, Offense | 1070 the Fan

In Week One, the Colts had only one chunk play of more than 20 yards. Will they start to hit on more of those chunks?

Andrew Luck Encouraged With His ‘Juice’ After 2018 Opener
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was certainly sore after last Sunday’s 2018 regular season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, but after a couple sacks and more than 50 pass attempts, he says he’s feeling great.

Colts have strong respect for Redskins' defense | Sports |
One thing is clear as the Colts prepare for Sunday's Week 2 game at Washington.

Edgerrin James leads Colts’ candidates for Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019 | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Edgerrin James leads the list of former Indianapolis Colts in contention for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019. The team’s career rushing leader and one of the most prolific running backs in NFL history is one of 102 Modern-Era candidates released Thursday.

Peyton Manning pops by Colts headquarters for a workout, stunning Rigoberto Sanchez
Indianapolis Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez is thrilled to lift with the legendary quarterback

Colts Notebook: Return of the Mack? | Sports |
Marlon Mack was just as evasive with reporters in the locker room Thursday as he was for the Colts in the backfield last season.

Frank Reich was almost Terps football coach — and some are still salty that he’s not