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Colts’ Andrew Luck doesn’t see 2018 ‘being in jeopardy at all’ | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – In a snapshot moment, it was as if nothing had happened, nothing had changed, nothing was wrong. Andrew Luck, looking fit and flashing a smile, stood behind a podium Friday at the Indianapolis Colts’ Farm Bureau Football Center. Then, the questions.

Colts' Andrew Luck trying to be optimistic about what lies ahead - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
A trip overseas to rehab his right shoulder has helped the Colts QB clear his mind and "see the positives" as he pushes toward a return to the field.

Andrew Luck's return to Colts provides hope, but few answers
Andrew Luck is back: 'I plan on being ready for everything'

Did Colts QB Andrew Luck go to the Netherlands for shoulder rehab?
Andrew Luck went to the Netherlands for physical therapy. That’s what he says. Do you believe that? Gregg Doyel can't.

Luck expects to be ready for spring workouts | Sports | heraldbulletin.com
Andrew Luck does not believe he'll need a second surgery to repair his right shoulder, and he's planning on participating in the Colts' full offseason program this spring.

Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts says he doesn't believe he needs another shoulder surgery
Andrew Luck told reporters on Friday that he doesn't believe he'll need a second surgery on his shoulder. "I'm very optimistic," he said. "I feel really good today."

Colts QB Andrew Luck: 'I do not think I'll need another surgery'
"I believe in the process I’m in right now. I plan on being ready for everything (OTAs)."

KRAVITZ: After Luck’s longest year, he’s healthy and confident, but not out of the woods yet. | 13 WTHR Indianapolis
KRAVITZ: After Luck’s longest year, he’s healthy and confident, but not out of the woods yet.

Colts: What the Indianapolis Colts learned in a terrible 2017 season
The Indianapolis Colts learned many lessons from the 2017 season, including the importance of quarterback Andrew Luck and the state of the AFC South

Colts' inconsistent Donte Moncrief could be playing elsewhere in 2018 - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
While Donte Montcrief has the tools to be a top wideout in the league, the fourth-year player has never quite put it all together with the Colts.

Will Chuck Pagano have his 'last rodeo' with the Colts in Week 17? - Indianapolis Colts Blog- ESPN
There's been no word on which direction the Colts' brass is leaning regarding Pagano's job status, but the coach is OK with whatever decision is made.

Frank Gore: ‘I Know I Will Be Playing Next Year,’ But Where?
Intro: Indianapolis Colts running back Frank Gore this week expressed his intentions to play a 14th NFL season in 2018. With his Colts contract expiring at the end of this season, Gore didn’t rule out coming back to Indy, but expressed a desire to once again play alongside Andrew Luck.