Andrew Luck is back, but questions linger on offensive line for Colts
Chris Pine looks so handsome at the 2016 Maxim Party at the Indy 500 on Friday (May 27) in Indianapolis, Ind. Also in attendance at the event were David Letterman, Flo-Rida, Tiesto, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, and more. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Chris Pine That Sunday, Chris was seen watching the [...]
We never noticed the "Where's Waldo?" characteristics Andrew Luck has displayed until this moment. Over his career he's taken a great many forms: Squeaky-voiced teen, grizzled Civil War general, that dude who throws all the interceptions...Show More Summary
Colts QB Andrew Luck is a football player, soccer fan... and auto racer?
The Colts can bounce back from a down year if their investment in the offensive line pays off. The Indianapolis Colts avoided controversy in the NFL Draft this year, using their top pick in the draft on Alabama center Ryan Kelly. There was no "best player available" talk. Show More Summary
The Ghost Jr. T.Y. Hilton, go-to receiver for the Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck, looks to have a Mini-Me on his hands. His son is out here schooling the other elementary kids in flag football. I mean, it's expected he'd be a little better than the rest of his peers based off his father, but he is A LOT BETTER. Show More Summary
Locker buddies Andrew Luck, Ryan Kelly work on building relationship
On Tuesday, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck discussed his obligation to keep himself healthy in reference to altering his style of play in the wake of last year’s injuries. Throwing the ball away and otherwise doing whatever he can to avoid big hits is definitely part of the answer to keeping Luck on the field for…
Colts QB Andrew Luck: 'I have an obligation to keep myself healthy'
The Indianapolis Colts missed the playoffs last year due in large part to the absence of quarterback Andrew Luck. It was the first time Indianapolis missed the postseason since drafting Luck with the No. 1 overall pick in 2012, and the...Show More Summary
Colts QB Andrew Luck: 'No limitations' at OTAs
Last week, Colts quarterbacks coach Brian Schottenheimer said that the team wasn’t going to change the way quarterback Andrew Luck plays as a result of the injuries that kept him out of the lineup for nine games last year. Coach Chuck Pagano had a different take earlier this offseason, saying that Luck couldn’t continue playing…
Andrew Luck ranked 92nd among active players on the NFL Network program The Top 100 Players of 2016 that started airing last week. According to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, the Colts are about to make Luck the highest-paid player in...Show More Summary
When the Colts were looking for quarterback help after Andrew Luck lacerated his kidney last season, they reached out to Jason Campbell about joining the team. Campbell turned down the overture from offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski, who coached Campbell in Cleveland, because he was “just kind of chilling right now.” The time for chilling has…
The coach says the Colts want to change the way quarterback Andrew Luck plays. The position coach says the Colt won’t change the way Luck plays. Unless the goal is to keep defenses guessing, the Colts need to get on the same page regarding their expectations for Luck. Luck, as coach Chuck Pagano has said,…
The Colts fired offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton last season and replaced him with Rob Chudzinski before making an offseason change at quarterbacks coach with Brian Schottenheimer taking over for Clyde Christensen. Those changes were made in order to get better results from the team’s offense than the Colts got during the 2015 season, changes that continued…
Colts QB coach Schottenheimer: 'Not going to change the way Andrew (Luck) plays'
With the draft over, the only dead spot on the calendar is approaching for the NFL. What better way to fill the void than to devote 10 weeks to a made-for-TV player poll that is sufficiently flawed to fulfill the objective of generating conversation? NFL Network’s annual “Best Players Of [Same Stuff, Different Year]” poll…
And the players are very wrong.
Following an injury-plagued 2015 season, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck plummeted to No. 92 in the 2016 edition of NFL Network's Top 100 Players list. According to Scott Horner of the Indianapolis Star, the Pro Bowl signal-caller fell from the No. 7 ranking he achieved in 2015. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com