The indianapolis colts received bad news regarding their starting center Ryan Kelly, as it appears that his foot injury will keep him sidelined longer than originally anticipated. Also, in an effort to boost up their injury-depleted offensive line the Baltimore Ravens have resigned a familiar face in center Jeremy Zuttah.

Colts' Kelly to be sidelined for six to eight weeks

A little over a week ago, Indianapolis Colts center Ryan Kelly suffered a foot injury during a joint scrimmage with the Detroit Lions. Originally the team thought that he would only be sidelined for the rest of the preseason but would not be in any danger of missing the season-opener against the Los Angeles Rams.

However, that all changed on Thursday. Head coach Chuck Pagano announced that Kelly will undergo surgery on a bone defect in his foot. Kelly had the surgery yesterday and will now be out six to eight weeks, meaning that he is going to miss a few games at the beginning of the regular season.

Kelly had been in a walking boot since he suffered the injury, with the Colts hoping that his foot would heal on its own. Unfortunately, that did not happen, which resulted in him needing to have the surgery. Undrafted rookie Deyshawn Bond, who played his college ball at Cincinnati, will now take over the starting duties.

Ravens bring back Zuttah

Over a week ago the San Francisco 49ers released Jeremy Zuttah after they acquired him in a trade with the Baltimore Ravens back in March.

He failed to impress the 49ers, losing out on the starting job to Daniel Kilgore. Now, the Ravens have brought him back into the fold as they look to revive their battered offensive line.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that Zuttah was signed to a two-year, $4 million deal that could reach $6 million with incentives. The 31-year-old Zuttah spent the last three seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, even being selected to his first Pro Bowl last year, before being traded.

He will now be looked to hold down the middle of the offensive line as the starting center.

About three weeks ago the Baltimore Ravens lost presumed starting center John Urschel when he unexpectedly retired from the NFL. A few days after that, they saw their fourth-round pick, guard Nico Siragusa, tear his ACL, PCL and MCL. Last week the team had to put starting guard Alex Lewis on injured reserve since he needs surgery. He aggravated his shoulder injury and did not respond to treatment on it.