Sanders Won’t Suit Up for Colts-Titans Matchup

From: Indy Star

Colts Safety Bob Sanders has been added to the list of Indianapolis Colts who will be held out of Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Tennessee Titans in Lucas Oil Stadium. The team’s starting strong safety played in the Dec. 18 win at Jacksonville, but has been dealing with occasional swelling in his right knee. While that’s not an issue at this point, coach Tony Dungy said the team won’t risk it becoming one as the playoffs near. “He came through (the Jacksonville game) well, so that was a good sign,” Dungy said. “Being able to have another week and not have to play him is good for us.” Sanders, the 2007 Defensive Player of the Year, has missed nine games this season with ankle and knee issues.


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