Posts Tagged ‘Bob Sanders’

Addai, Sanders sit out again for Colts

The Colts’ injury report on Thursday included a number of key starters, as RB Joseph Addai (shoulder), LB Gary Brackett (fibula), LB Tyjuan Hagler (knee) and S Bob Sanders (knee) were all held out for the second consecutive day.

Sure, he’s great, but is Sanders worth it?

A year-and-a-half after the Colts signed safety and reigning Defensive Player of the Year Bob Sanders to five-year contract worth $37.5 million, Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star reflects on four-plus injury-filled seasons and wonders if the investment was the right one.

Sanders doesn’t make trip with Colts

Indianapolis has won without safety Bob Sanders before and it will have to win without him again.

Sanders does not make trip to San Diego

Something is not right with Colts safety Bob Sanders, who didn’t even make the trip to San Diego for Sunday night’s game versus the Chargers due to his knee injury, the Colts confirmed.

Colts’ Sanders still bothered by knee injury

Colts safety Bob Sanders missed last week’s matchup with the Texans due to swelling in his right knee and his status is in jeopardy for Sunday night’s game vs. the Chargers. Sanders has not practiced all week due to the injury and is listed as questionable.

Thursday roundup: Colts’ Addai, Sanders practice

A quick glance around the NFL at the notable updates from Thursday’s injury reports, including positive news for Joseph Addai and Bob Sanders in Indy.

Sanders’ impact immeasurable to Colts

Colts safety Bob Sanders‘ value can be measured with or without numbers.

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