By Matt Danely
Each and every day we get excited about the fact that the Indianapolis Colts have improved the interior of their offensive line in the offseason. The additions of Quenton Nelson and Matt Slauson flanking Ryan Kelly has given the Colts more of an attitude up front and it’s noticeable.
However, the Colts are still very much in a process with the tackle position. Normally, this wouldn’t be too big of a deal as Anthony Castonzo has been the pillar of health for the Colts at left tackle. His durability is now going to be tested after he re-aggravated the hamstring issue that had him on the PUP list to begin with.
It doesn’t look as though he’s expected to miss any time into the regular season and Frank Reich believes that he’s likely to get some snaps in the preseason, but doesn’t feel it’s the end of the world if he has to wait until the regular season opener. In the meantime the Colts are working in several other linemen to see who might be able to be an immediate backup to Castonzo, but also to see who is actually going to hold down the right tackle position this...