Anthony Castonzo is back as the team’s left tackle after signing a two-year extension just a few days ago. With that extension, it solidifies the offensive line as one of the best in the league. It also keeps Castonzo around as one fo the veteran leaders in the locker room.
Castonzo is one of only two guys on the team to have played with Peyton Manning while he was still with the Colts. While Castonzo was a rookie in 2011 when Manning was injured and never actually got to block for him, I would be interested to hear what his approach to that would be.
How demanding was the Sherrif? Would he be able to keep up to Manning’s ridiculously high standards of play? Would blocking for him be like blocking for any other quarterback he has blocked for? These are all questions I would want answers to during our quarantine.
Castonzo has also had to block some of the best defensive ends and linebackers in the whole league. I would be interested to know which of them he thinks is the hardest to contain, and which of them is overrated. That would be a fun discussion to have.
The next player on this list is someone who is relatively new to the team, but someone that I would have a lot of fun talking to for reasons other than him being a Colts player.