Indianapolis safety Bob Sanders, who missed the start of the 2009 season while recovering from knee surgery and the finish of the season due to a torn biceps muscle, has been practicing full-time during OTAs.
"I'm excited to be back," Sanders said. "I'm excited to be practicing. I'm excited to get back to doing what I love to do. The knee has been doing great. The arm has been doing great. I feel great."
Sanders is a great player when healthy, but he's missed a lot of games during his career. Indianapolis is currently ranked at 15 in our team defense rankings, and if Sanders continues to look healthy as we get closer to the start of the regular season, the Colts could move up. He's a nice player to have in IDP leagues, but make sure you've got depth at the DB position as Sanders has never played a full compliment of regular season games.