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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Colts are wrapping up minicamp and we just had our last opportunity to chat with some players and with coach Jim Caldwell.
I'll have a post about Ryan Lilja in a bit, but wanted to share a couple developments regarding injuries that Caldwell covered.
Backup center/guard Steve Justice, who started a game at left guard and played in seven more last season as a rookie, recently had back surgery for an issue that was escalating. Caldwell said Justice, a sixth-round pick in 2008, should return during training camp.
Caldwell also said receiver Sam Giguere suffered a fracture fibula in a recent practice but should be back for the start of training camp.
Neither player is a lock for a roster spot this season.
On the good news front: Starting receiver Anthony Gonzalez, who left Saturday's practice at Franklin College with what appeared to be a thigh injury, is OK. While he was held out Sunday, Caldwell said he could have participated.