The Colts quarterback says everything is fine, nothing to see here, folks, move along now
Andrew Luck is not ready to start making hype videos of his first throws, the way Cam Newton did this week. That does not mean he’s not hyped in his own way. The Colts quarterback participated in a camp for a local children’s hospital yesterday, running around and playing with kids and having a good…
Andrew Luck ran the final Change The Play event of the summer Tuesday in "our office."
Each NFL team has certain players that can make a significant difference to their team’s success throughout the course of the season. For the Indianapolis Colts, it may seem like Andrew Luck would be the prime example of this. With Luck...Show More Summary
The Oakland Raiders starting quarterback Derek Carr becomes the highest-paid player in the NFL. On Thursday morning, Carr finalized his new deal with the franchise for $25 million per year. Andrew Luck held the title before Carr’s new deal by bringing in $24.6 million. Show More Summary
Move over, Andrew Luck: Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is on track to supplant the Indianapolis Colts quarterback as the highest-paid player in the National Football League by signing a five-year, $125 million contract. That works out to $25 million a year—but, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter has noted, Carr has a strong incentive to backload […]
The biggest story for the Indianapolis Colts this offseason has been the health of Andrew Luck. His progress has been a bit of mystery, but that is not the only thing going on with the team. Luck’s most important support system is his...Show More Summary
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has said he hasn’t thought about whether he’ll be ready to throw when training camp opens. The team apparently has been thinking about it. Or, more accurately, planning for him to not be ready to go. Asked by reporters on Wednesday whether missing a week or two of training camp will…
After the Indianapolis Colts appeared very secretive regarding Andrew Luck‘s injury status, Luck himself is now providing somewhat of a clearer update. The Colts have just been saying that Luck is on track and is still expected to be the team’s starting quarterback in Week 1. Show More Summary
Andrew Luck has not thrown since undergoing shoulder surgery in January.
Andrew Luck's message to concerned Colts' fans is simple: Don't sweat it
But there's no reason to panic, at least not yet
Andrew Luck continues to be sidelined, and his backups aren't exactly distinguishing themselves.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is recovering from shoulder surgery, and he’s not sure how long that recovery will take. Luck said today that he simply doesn’t know yet whether he can run the offense when the Colts open training camp on July 29. “To be honest, I have not thought about it,” Luck said, via…
The headline from Colts owner Jim Irsay last week at a town-hall meeting for season-ticket holders emerged from his proclamation that he still expects the team to win plural Lombardi Trophies while Andrew Luck is the team’s quarterback. But something else he said raised even more eyebrows. “Let me say this: the offensive line is…
In January, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay announced that quarterback Andrew Luck had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder, an injury he had struggled with since 2015. The news was something of a surprise, because even though he was often on the Colts’ injury report with a shoulder problem during the […]
No one who knows has really said much of substance about Colts quarterback Andrew Luck’s recovery from shoulder surgery. But even the people who don’t know say it’s probably too soon to panic (Which is silly, since it’s never too soon to panic). Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star talked to some doctors who were…
Indianapolis isn't settling for the status quo as it seeks a return to the postseason.
Maybe start with getting back to the playoffs