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The Indianapolis Colts have had some luck dealing with injuries this offseason; however, they have suffered yet another minor hiccup with left tackle Anthony Castonzo.

Castonzo had just made his return from a hamstring injury just last week, but according to Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star, he will miss some time in preparation for Week 1 of the 2018 NFL season:

“Anthony Castonzo re-injured his hamstring Friday, and “will miss a little bit of time,” per Frank Reich. I’d expect a few weeks. Still, Castonzo figures to be ready for Week 1.”

WIBC host Tony Katz spoke with Kevin Bowen from 107.5 and 1017 “The Fan” Monday, asking Bowen about Castonzo’s future:


“I don’t know about future as far as long-term, but I think it’s something to monitor the rest of the pre-season. I think Castanzo first injured his hamstring about two weeks before training camp started and then re-tweaked it in Friday night practice. 

This is a guy who has been really durable during his NFL career; I think he’s only missed three games since his rookie season in 2011. But if you look at positions on the Colts roster, I think left tackle might be the most barren, unproven on the roster.

So he’s going to miss a little time and not play the rest of the pre-season, but you would think that with just a tweak of the hamstring, he’ll be ready to go when the regular season opens up in a little over a month.”

Click below to hear Tony’s full interview with Kevin: