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Draft Scout Anthony Castonzo News
09/05/13 - OT Anthony Castonzo (knee) did not practice Wednesday but is slated to return for Thursday's workout. Castonzo is still scheduled to start against the Raiders.
09/03/13 - OT Anthony Castonzo (knee) saw limited work in Monday's practice. According to Colts coach Chuck Pagano, Castonzo is trending in the right direction and should be back in practice by Thursday. He is expected to start against the Raiders.
08/26/13 - OT Anthony Castonzo (knee) suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee. Castonzo was hurt in the first quarter of the Cleveland preseason game. His MRI was negative. He is hopeful of being available for the Colts' regular season opener on Sept. 8.
12/21/12 - OT Anthony Castonzo has been able to stay healthy this season after missing games and practice time as a rookie. He has played well in 2012, according to Colts interim coach/offensive coordinator Bruce Arians.
"Anthony has had an outstanding season and just gotten better and better going against some top guys. You can't say enough, he has been the one true anchor, and knock on wood, usually I jinx someone when I say that, but he has been steady all year for us," Arians said.
09/27/12 - OT Anthony Castonzo appears to be having a good start to the season. Castonzo, the Colts' starting left tackle, has faced some of the league's best -- Julius Peppers, Jared Allen -- and hasn't allowed a sack yet. He missed several games during his rookie season last year due to injury but looks fully recovered.