Not exactly the production the team had expected from its 2007 first-round draft pick.
But when Gonzalez has played, he's been effective, especially in the 2008 season in which he played in all 16 games and racked up over 600 yards and scored four touchdowns. After that season, Colts fans thought Gonzalez would be an integral part of the offense for years to come. And he would have been that had he stayed healthy.
Without question, things are bleak for the Colts right now. After getting trounced by their AFC South rival Houston Texans Week 1, the team did get a bit of good news Thursday. Anthony Gonzalez and Blair White expect to play this Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, according to a report from Indianapolis Star writer Phillip B. Wilson.
It's a shimmer of hope in an otherwise dark, dark time for one of the NFL's most storied franchises of the past decade.
Here's how both Gonzalez and White can contribute to the Colts this week.