Andrew Luck in Europe: "He’ll do everything he possibly can and go anywhere he has to in order to fix this,” friend Anthony Castonzo says.
The Colts insisted they followed the proper protocols in dealing with quarterback Jacoby Brissett‘s concussion. Then again, Colts owner Jim Irsay said Andrew Luck was going to be fine to play this year, so it’s reasonable to not give them the same benefit of the doubt as we may have in the past. So the [more]
Andrew Lucks appears to be following Peyton Manning in seeking non-traditional treatment in Europe for his surgically repaired right shoulder.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will miss the entire 2017 season, and he’ll try anything to get back on the field in 2018. What he’s trying now is treatment in Europe, according to ESPN. There’s no word on the nature of the treatment Luck is receiving, but many American pro athletes have traveled to Europe for [more]
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is exploring therapy techniques aimed at addressing pain and getting the various parts of his shoulder to work together.
Following the path of other pro athletes like Peyton Manning, Kobe Bryant and Alex Rodriguez, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is seeking treatment for his injured throwing shoulder in Europe, ESPN’s Mike Wells and Chris Mortensen reported Saturday. The ESPN report does not say what Luck is specifically seeking to accomplish in Europe with his shoulder, on […]
Luck hasn't played all season as he recovers from shoulder surgery he had in January
The saga that is the Indianapolis Colts and the way they handled the Andrew Luck situation could possibly reach yet another low in what has been an absolute terrible season and PR nightmare. According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, the Colts could be faced with a lawsuit from season-ticket holders, on the basis that they […]
In some contexts, B.S. is simply that. In other contexts, B.S. has another name. Fraud. As the Colts keep talking about what they knew and when they knew it about quarterback Andrew Luck, it’s become more and more clear that there’s at least thick smoke — and quite possibly a raging fire — regarding the [more]
It hasn’t been a particularly enjoyable season for Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton. His numbers have been down with Andrew Luck on the sideline, there was talk about a trade sending him elsewhere before last week’s deadline and he created a bit of a stir by publicly criticizing the team’s offensive line after a losing [more]
Hot microphones and comments when people think they’re off the air have led to plenty of people getting in trouble over the years, from Robert Durst to Dave Bliss to Jim Nantz. The latest hot mic incident may cause problems for Indianapolis...Show More Summary
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A recent item from Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com, about which we previously posted a blurb, suggests that Colts owner Jim Irsay may have a problem with franchise quarterback Andrew Luck over things that Irsay has been saying. The latest example, however, of something Irsay said was not accurately relayed by Kravitz. Kravitz wrote that former [more]
The Colts owner says Luck's injury "is in his head."
Jim Irsay says lots of things. Some of them are just goofy. Some of them turn out to be untrue, like his offseason declarations that quarterback Andrew Luck would be ready to play this year after shoulder surgery. But another round of remarks by the Colts owner could complicate the relationship with his best player. [more]
Luck reportedly developed additional injuries in his shoulder while compensating for the original one
Starting quarterbacks across the league have been injured and have missed significant time — from Andrew Luck to Aaron Rodgers — but still, Colin Kaepernick has yet to find his way onto an NFL roster....
On Thursday, the Indianapolis Colts placed quarterback Andrew Luck on the Injured Reserve list – effectively ending his season before it even began. The franchise also made sure to note that Luck’s shoulder injury – which he had surgery for back in January – is not being considered career threatening. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
When a high-profile player signs a big-money contract, the only money that truly matters is the money that’s fully guaranteed at the time the contract is signed. Agents, however, routinely blur the line between fully-guaranteed payments and sums guaranteed for injury only, because that results in a bigger number being recited by the information robots [more]
The Indianapolis Colts have placed star quarterback Andrew Luck on injured reserve, effectively ending his season before it even began. Luck, who underwent surgery on his throwing shoulder in January, was placed on injured reserve, which prevents him from playing, or even practicing, for the remainder of the 2017 season. Show More Summary