Colts LB Humber has hand surgery; Gonzalez, Sanders still out

Indianapolis Colts linebacker Ramon Humber will miss Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos after having surgery to repair a fractured hand.

The team announced the surgery in a statement Tuesday. It didn't say which hand Humber hurt.

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Humber has played primarily on special teams during his two seasons in Indianapolis. He assisted on one special-teams tackle last Sunday against the New York Giants.

The Colts also said wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez and safety Bob Sanders won't play against the Broncos. Gonzalez is recovering from a sprained right ankle, and he told *The Indianapolis Star* that doctors have told him he'll be out "four to six (weeks)." Sanders had surgery last weekend to repair a torn biceps muscle in his right arm.

The Colts said they have released former starting left tackle Tony Ugoh from injured reserve. He was put on the waived-injured list Sept. 8.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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