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Colts Still Hoping to Get Production from WR Gonzalez

Examiner says that the Colts are still eying getting some production from Anthony Gonzalez in 2009:

The Indianapolis Colts are still hoping to get a contribution from WR Anthony Gonzalez late the season or in the postseason, as to when that contribution might come, Colts President Bill Polian said he’s not sure. Gonzalez, who began the season as the Colts’ starting wide receiver opposite three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Reggie Wayne, sustained a knee injury in the season opener and after having a setback, Gonzalez has yet to play, and Polian said the hope is still that he will return this season. “Anthony is a bit behind schedule,” Polian said Monday on his weekly radio show on Hank FM 97.1 in Indianapolis. “We thought perhaps that he might be back starting to practice this week, but as you know, he had a setback. He had to have some arthroscopic surgery to just tweak the knee a little bit. My hope is that we get a breakthrough here one of these weeks and that he’ll be back before the season is over.”


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