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Colts' Leonard, Castonzo ruled out vs. Browns

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Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard and starting offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo have been ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Cleveland Browns, the team announced Friday.

Leonard suffered a groin injury in the second quarter of the Colts' Week 4 clash with the Chicago Bears. The third-year pro has tallied 27 tackles and two tackles for loss through four games.

With Castonzo out, head coach Frank Reich expects Le'Raven Clark to fill in for the stalwart left tackle.

"Excited to see Le'Raven play," Reich said, according to Mike Chappell of Fox 59. "We think he's going to play well."

Castonzo has started 136 contests during his career. The offensive lineman's streak of consecutive games played - including the playoffs - will end at 22.

The Colts enter Sunday's game sitting second in the AFC South with a 3-1 record.

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