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Injuries: Colts' Anthony Castonzo re-injures hamstring

Indianapolis Colts left tackle Anthony Castonzo return to action didn't last long.

Less than a week after being activated from the non-football injury list, Castonzo is once again sidelined after re-injuring his hamstring on Friday.

Castonzo "will miss a little bit of time," Colts coach Frank Reich told reporters Sunday, via Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star.

Keefer noted the left tackle "figures to be ready for Week 1" when the Colts host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sept. 9 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Colts recently signed veteran offensive lineman J'Marcus Webb, who should get a shot to fill in at left tackle with the first-team offense while Castonzo is on the mend as the team prepares for preseason action.

Here are other injuries we're monitoring this weekend:

  1. Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers (shoulder) passed his physical and has been removed from the physically unable to perform list.

Running back Christian McCaffrey is not practicing Sunday because of an illness, coach Ron Rivera said.

  1. Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Reggie Raglandreturned to practice Sunday after missing the first eight days of training camp with a knee injury.

"Reggie was out there and did some stuff. He looked pretty good doing it," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said.

  1. Buffalo Bills wide receiver Zay Jones was activated off the non-football injury list and will practice Sunday.
  1. Dallas Cowboys cornerback Chidobe Awuzie suffered a knee injury. Coach Jason Garrett said he's day-to-day. "We think Chido is going to be OK," Garrett said.
  1. The New Orleans Saintsreleased wide receiverBrandon Coleman (neck) on a failed physical designation. The move comes after the team signed wide receivers Michael Floyd and Brandon Tate last week. In addition, the Saints waived offensive lineman John Fullington with an injury designation, sources told's Herbie Teope.
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