Colts ‘Really Excited’ About Their Young Defensive Backs
The Indianapolis Colts have not made any major acquisitions in the secondary this offseason because they are excited about who they already have.
Andrew Luck is throwing footballs again for Indianapolis Colts: Whew!
Andrew Luck throwing footballs is a great injury update for the Indianapolis Colts, who are 17 months into his shoulder surgery rehabilitation.
Colts Notebook: Luck 'driving the ship' in rehab process | Don't Miss This | heraldbulletin.com
Few can understand the challenge Andrew Luck faces as well as his new head coach.
KRAVITZ: Luck resumes throwing, and suddenly, it feels like the Colts have some hope for the future - Bob Kravitz - 13 WTHR Indianapolis
Andrew Luck throws his first ball since October of last season, and it's never felt better giving the franchise hope.
Let’s take a closer look at what the Colts have planned for Andrew Luck during Training Camp this year.
At Tuesday’s minicamp practice, Andrew Luck threw a football in front of the media for the first time in 2018. What else was learned after watching and hearing from Luck on Tuesday?
Luck resumes throwing as Colts mini-camp begins | Don't Miss This | heraldbulletin.com
Frank Reich was the first to know.
Colts’ Andrew Luck throws publicly for first time since October | CBS 4 - Indianapolis News, Weather, Traffic and Sports | WTTV
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-- As the Colts opened minicamp Tuesday, quarterback Andrew Luck was seen throwing for the first time in months. He last threw in October and was later shut down and put on season-ending injured reserve two weeks later.
Colts’ Andrew Luck confident he’ll be ready for season opener | FOX59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The next step toward normalcy – toward a return to relevancy by the Indianapolis Colts – was taken under Tuesday afternoon’s threatening skies.
Jim Irsay: ‘The Sky Is The Limit’ For Colts In 2018
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay spoke to the media on Tuesday on the first day of mandatory minicamp practices. Here are the top takeaways from his feelings on the Colts heading into 2018.