Colts' Henry Anderson was never healthy last year
Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman Henry Anderson said he was not fully healthy in 2016.
Anderson's promising rookie year ended with a torn ACL which sidelined him until Week 3 last season. Another knee issue cost him three more games, and he never really looked like the same player. "I didn’t have the season that I wanted to," Anderson said. "The knee was definitely nagging me. It was incredibly frustrating." Now healthy and able to participate fully in the offseason program, Anderson should be in line for a bounce-back season.
The Colts were sixth-worst in the NFL in 2016 in schedule-adjusted Defensive Passing Net Expected Points allowed per play. Getting back Anderson's pass-rush value for a full 16-game season should help.
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