As the 2017 NFL Draft nears, all teams have one main objective heading into the big event. For the Indianapolis Colts, recent comments made by their franchise quarterback have made their objective abundantly clear. Biggest nugget from Colts’ access: Andrew Luck confirmed right shoulder issues began with 2015 road win at Tennessee. Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts, like many NFL teams, began their offseason program on Monday. Among those chatting with reporters was franchise quarterback Andrew Luck, who shed a little light on the shoulder surgery he underwent in January....Show More Summary
Andrew Luck had surgery on his throwing shoulder in January, and in a conversation with reporters today, he revealed that the injury was from before the 2016 season: Read more...
Andrew Luck said his injury dates back to a September 2015 game.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was at the start of the Colts’ offseason program on Monday, but he isn’t going to be taking part in this stage of the team’s work as he continues to recover from January surgery on his right shoulder. Luck’s shoulder doesn’t stop him from talking to the media and it was…
Andrew Luck isn't sure when he'll start throwing again and won't set a timetable for his return from shoulder surgery
Luck finally fessed up to the nagging shoulder injury’s beginnings. Andrew Luck had offseason surgery on his throwing shoulder that has been lingering for some time now. On Monday, Luck admitted that the injury initially happened inShow More Summary
Andrew Luck gets a versatile weapon while Dan Quinn finds his next Earl Thomas
PHOENIX – Quarterback Andrew Luck’s surgically-repaired shoulder will be fully healed and allow him to have a “great season” in 2017, according to Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay.
New Colts general manager Chris Ballard has already completely rebuilt the Indianapolis defense. Ryan Grigson started his tenure as the Indianapolis Colts’ general manager by drafting Andrew Luck with the first pick of the 2012 NFL Draft. Show More Summary
After breaking out in 2016, the tight end was due for a big raise. Tight end Jack Doyle and the Indianapolis Colts aren’t done with each other. Doyle is reportedly signing a contract with the Colts to continue his career, the team announced...Show More Summary
The Colts announced that quarterback Andrew Luck had right shoulder surgery in January and owner Jim Irsay added that the team expected Luck would be ready for the start of the regular season. There was also a report at the time that Luck would be able to start throwing in three months, but there hasn’t…
T.Y. Hilton has quietly become one of the best Fantasy receivers, and he's looking forward to healthy year from Andrew Luck in 2017 when both can dominate. Jamey Eisenberg spoke with Hilton on what to expect in this upcoming season.
Andrew Luck is one of the finest young quarterbacks in the NFL. Since coming to the Indianapolis Colts in 2012, he has proven to have one of the highest ceilings of any signal-caller we have seen. His three trips to the playoffs in five...Show More Summary
Arians coached all three players during their rookie seasons
“With the exception of the 49ers, the Colts are the best-managed team in the NFL. Period.” The Colts, who had Andrew Luck fall into their laps in 2012, somehow managed to blow the worst division in the NFL to a team that had the worst passing attack in the league and was missing its best […]
Who wouldn't jump at the chance to build a team around 27-year-old Andrew Luck?
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay finally broke his silence. Unfortunately, it is not the news fans have been waiting for all offseason. Instead of addressing the current coaching situation, he provided some news on star quarterback Andrew Luck. Show More Summary
At a time when plenty of eyes had been watching the Twitter page of Colts owner Jim Irsay to see if he’ll say anything about the status of G.M. Ryan Grigson and/or coach Chuck Pagano, Irsay threw everyone a curve ball by disclosing that quarterback Andrew Luck had shoulder surgery. There’s no requirement that the…
Colts owner Jim Irsay announced on Thursday morning that quarterback Andrew Luck had surgery on his right shoulder and that the team expects he will be ready to play in Week One next season. There’s a lot of time between now and then and Irsay wasn’t specific about when Luck might be expected to resume…