ANDERSON, IND. (AP) - Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay says Pro Bowl center Jeff Saturday could miss up to six weeks after having arthroscopic knee surgery Tuesday.
Saturday has been the mainstay of the Colts offensive line. He missed only six games since winning the starting job in 2000 and has been to four Pro Bowls.
Coach Jim Caldwell did not say when or how Saturday was injured and declined to establish a timetable for Saturday's return. Saturday had surgery to remove what the team described as a "loose body" in the knee.
The team's statement said Saturday would begin his rehabilitation when he returns to training camp.
Third-year center Jamey Richard worked out with the starters Wednesday morning.