The Colts (finally) made their offensive line a major priority this offseason, using high-end draft picks on Quenton Nelson and Braden Smith, while bringing in probable starter Austin Howard via free agency.
Even after all of that, it appears the Colts can't catch a break.
Anthony Castonzo is set to "miss some time" after re-aggravating his hamstring injury:
Less than a week after the Colts finally saw their revamped OL intact for the first time, now comes this setback. The latest on left tackle Anthony Castonzo. https://t.co/VuN1wxWN0N— Stephen Holder (@HolderStephen) August 5, 2018
Castonzo is one of the longest-tenured Colts, entering his eighth (!) season and has been the Lou Gehrig/Cal Ripken of their offensive line. Despite injuries ravaging the unit over the past several years, Castonzo has started in 93 of the Colts' last 96 games.
We'll keep an eye on this moving forward, but it appears the Colts are going to be very conservative and give him as much rest as possible.