Examiner - Colts president Bill Polian says that safety Bob Sanders will almost certainly return to the team next season.
Sanders was placed on the injured reserve last week, but Polian attributes his injury history to bad luck.
"This is simply bad luck," Polian said Monday on his radio show.
"He is no different a player – and I think everybody saw that in the couple of games he played this year – than when he was Defensive Player of the Year in the NFL [in 2007]. He's just had a lot of tough luck with injury. We have invested a lot of money in him and I see no reason why we would – assuming this next procedure goes as expected and there are no complications and the knee continues to improve as it has – I wouldn't see why we would not bring him back. That, to me, just seems to be foolish."
I think I saw on the bottom line on ESPN that he's played something like 47 of a possible 96 games in his career. Or that will be the stats after this season. I just caught a glimpse out of the corner of my eye...
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