Safety Sanders on the Sideline with an Elbow Injury

National Football Post reports that Bob Sanders has an elbow injury:

Colts safety Bob Sanders has a new injury to add to his growing collection. Sanders, who underwent offseason knee surgery and made his first appearance of the year against the San Francisco 49ers, was sidelined at practice today due to an elbow injury. Also missing time today: defensive end Dwight Freeney (non-injury related, wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez (knee), cornerback Kelvin Hayden (knee), kicker Adam Vinatieri (knee) and cornerback Marlin Jackson (knee).


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2 Responses to “Safety Sanders on the Sideline with an Elbow Injury”

  1. rYe says:

    Damn Bob, seriously this is just 2 much. The guy can’t even make it 2 games without getting hurt.

  2. kelsoshep says:

    Get rid of Bob Sanders now, while he is still maybe be worth something. He is getting paid those big bucks to play football. All he does now for the Colts, is sit on his ass on the sidelines. He isn’t an asset to the Colts. He is a useless liability!

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