Safety Sanders Making Progress at Colts Camp

The Tribune Star has a progress report on safety Bob Sanders:

Sanders is currently on the Colts’ physically unable to perform list after undergoing knee surgery during the offseason. However, he is expected to be ready for the start of the regular season Sept. 13 when Indianapolis takes on AFC South rival Jacksonville at Lucas Oil Stadium. “He’s making real good progress. We certainly feel he’s doing everything he can to get back. He’s working extremely hard, he’s keeping himself in it mentally, and he’s into it in meetings and our practice sessions, doing a little coaching on the side as well,” Caldwell said after Wednesday’s one-hour practice session at Cook Stadium.

“When he’ll be back, I’m not certain, but he’s making real good progress so that’s really all we can depend on right now, is the fact that some point in time he’ll be available.” And that’s what the 2007 NFL “Defensive Player of the Year” is aiming for. “I feel OK. This year I’m just going to keep trying to work. And just leave it up to coach [Caldwell] and I’m going to let coach explain the rehab process, the [knee] injury. I’ve been talking about it for so long, I’m going to let coach handle it this year,” Sanders said earlier this week.


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