Colts' Addai, Castonzo, Nevis staying home for Bengals game

INDIANAPOLIS -- Three Colts players will not travel to Cincinnati for Sunday's game against the Bengals.

Running back Joseph Addai, left tackle Anthony Castonzo and defensive tackle Drake Nevis will stay in Indianapolis, the team announced Saturday.

Addai left last week's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the first quarter after hurting his hamstring. Castonzo missed that game with a sprained ankle. Nevis has been battling a back injury.

When Addai went out last week, rookie Delone Carter got more playing time. Indy could also increase the playing time of 2009 first-round pick Donald Brown.

The Colts also have announced that Tom Zupancic, senior vice president of sales and marketing, has retired. Zupancic first joined Indy as a part-time strength coach in 1984.

Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press

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