By Kevin Hickey
The Indianapolis Colts are expected to get a big piece of the offensive line back Sunday against the New York Jets as veteran left tackle Anthony Castonzo is slated to make his 2018 debut.
Sidelined due to a nagging hamstring injury that has kept him from game action throughout the preseason and first five games of the regular season, Castonzo is ready to make his debut, barring another setback.
The Colts offensive line is still shaking things up as they will see another different combination on the field protecting Andrew Luck while trying to provide lanes in the running game.
Castonzo had missed just seven games entering the 2018 season, which shows just how out of character this season has been for the 30-year-old, who enters his eighth season in the league.
Castonzo initially suffered his hamstring injury training on his own during the summer. He started training camp on the NFI list but was quickly removed at the beginning of August.
After practicing just once upon his return, the hamstring was still nagging, which shut down Castonzo for the entire preseason. The Colts entered their Week 2 matchup expecting a return for Castonzo, but he again suffered a...