The Indianapolis Colts appear to have their health as they go through the next phase of their offseason program.
Safety Bob Sanders and WR Anthony Gonzalez were among the players participating in the second of nine organized team activities (OTAs) Thursday at the team’s West 56th Street complex.
Sanders suffered a season-ending biceps injury against San Francisco Nov. 1 while Gonzalez sustained what proved to be a season-ending injury to his right knee in the team’s Sept. 13 opener against Jacksonville. Sanders was not made available to the media today, but Gonzalez insisted he was as close to 100 percent as he’s likely to be.
And that included K Adam Vinatieri. The team’s veteran place-kicker was limited to six games in 2009 after undergoing surgery on his right hip and right knee.