The Indianapolis Colts face free-agency and NFL draft decisions that will be part of their biggest offseason since they acquired Andrew Luck in 2012.
The Colts traded for Brissett prior to the start of last season due to health concerns for Andrew Luck
Luck's revelation came during a Tuesday event for Colts fans.
Andrew Luck cleared up the mystery of just what is going on inside his shoulder, putting to rest the idea that he might need more surgery and explaining why it is taking what seems like forever to begin throwing again. “That is not an option for me right now,” Luck said of further surgery, speaking […]
Andrew Luck says he's feeling better and has ruled out needing any additional surgery.
Andrew Luck: Throwing again, and no second surgery
Like everything with Luck, there's some good news and some bad news with his latest health update
Andrew Luck says he's feeling better and and ruled out needing any additional surgery
Andrew Luck sounds more hopeful even than Frank Reich does about his return. The Colts quarterback said he has started throwing, though he remains in the phase of building strength. “I’m in the middle of sort of a little bit of throwing, strengthening and preparing my shoulder for the throw load of being an NFL [more]
Andrew Luck still hasn’t thrown a football, but new coach Frank Reich hopes that the quarterback can participate in OTAs. The Colts, though, learned last season that “hope” isn’t a guarantee. “You know what? I’m hopeful that maybe that could happen,” Reich said, via Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star. “I’m hopeful, yeah. I know [more]
Andrew Luck did not address his rehab in a video chat with the team website Thursday, but he did express excitement about Frank Reich’s plans for a “multiple, attack, up-tempo offense” that’s “going to be aggressive.” “That sounds great,” Luck said, via Colts.com. “I know all the best offenses that I’ve been a part of [more]
Colts head coach Frank Reich didn’t share any inside scoops about when quarterback Andrew Luck will be ready to make a full return to football work during a Tuesday press conference, but he did say he thinks the entire team needs to be built up rather than just relying on Luck to lead the team [more]
Frank Reich fielded several questions during his first press conference as the Colts head coach on Tuesday, including a couple about the status of quarterback Andrew Luck. Luck missed all of last season with a right shoulder injury and there have been questions about his readiness for the 2018 season. General Manager Chris Ballard downplayed [more]
“Frank’s demeanor, his intelligence – with Andrew, it’s going to work,” Polian said.
Ballard said Luck isn't throwing a football and that is much more ominous than anything that nitwit from New England told the Colts GM Tuesday night
Colts maintain Andrew Luck will not need a second surgery on his throwing shoulder
The Indianapolis Colts continue to say that Andrew Luck is progressing according to plan, but General Manager Chris Ballard admitted Wednesday that Luck still “hasn’t picked up a football.” “At this point we feel very strongly that Andrew Luck is in a good place,” Ballard said, during a news conference devoted to explaining how and why […]
Andrew Luck still hasn’t picked up a football or thrown one. But Colts General Manager Chris Ballard insisted that the Colts quarterback’s health shouldn’t have been a factor in any decision by Josh McDaniels to back out of his agreement to coach there. “At this point we feel very strongly that Andrew Luck is in [more]
Josh McDaniels might not be ready to talk about his next job, but he’s already getting some good news. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is about to start throwing, and has gone to Los Angeles to work with passing gurus Tom House and Adam Dedeaux. While adding the noted [more]
The Colts quarterback Andrew Luck addressed the media Friday for the first time in two months, saying he "does not think" he needs another surgery.