Colts’ Anthony Castonzo thinks he’ll be ‘significantly better’ in 2020

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The Colts have had a very successful offseason thus far, but the most underrated move was having Anthony Castonzo return to Indy.

After contemplating retirement, Castonzo re-signed with the Indianapolis Colts on a two-year deal.

Castonzo was part of the healthiest and one of the more efficient offensive lines in all of football in 2019, and will look to do more of the same this year.

Speaking with SiriusXM NFL Radio, Castonzo discussed why he decided to return to the Colts.

“After the season, I kinda just went back to training as if I was gonna come back and assessed things,” Said Castonzo. “When my body was way ahead of where it was last year and I kinda saw the potential to play significantly better this year than I did last year I got really excited at that opportunity. That was when I told the Colts that I’d be coming back.”

After feeling the best he has in years following any season, having a full offseason without spending time recovering from any sort of injury could prove dividends for already one of the better o-lineman in the NFL.

For the new member of the offense, Philip Rivers? Castonzo said ‘it’s going to be an exciting person to block for’ and that he can’t wait to get back out there on the field.

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