Andrew Luck Shoulder Injury News/Updates
Andrew Luck Finally Tells His Story
The former Colts quarterback explains why he retired in Seth Wickersham’s longform article for ESPN
Andrew Luck Still Pain Free, Plans to Throw to Colts Receivers Before Camp
Andrew Luck throws to kids at Change the Play camp in Indianapolis. He is still pain-free and will throw to Colts receivers before camp.
The Plan for Andrew Luck as the Colts Approach Summer Break
With Andrew Luck throwing a football for the first time publicly in months, the team has shared the plan for his progress throughout training camp and preseason.
Andrew Luck has been throwing “The Duke” for two weeks
Luck revealed quite a lot in his post-practice press conference
Clarifying Changes in Andrew Luck’s Practice Schedule
Andrew Luck was not a part of the early practice session open to the media last week. Kevin Bowen and Frank Reich clarify the changes.
Andrew Luck Targeting Full Training Camp Participation
Andrew Luck is targeting a full training camp work load but some medical professionals believe his future is still unclear
Frank Reich gushes over Andrew Luck and his quick-release offense
Frank Reich discusses coaching the fearless Andrew Luck, working on quicker release
Chris Mortensen is reporting that Andrew Luck may need another surgery
Chris Mortensen reports that doctors have concerns about Andrew Luck’s shoulder. Believe that he may need additional surgery.
Andrew Luck about to Take next Step in Shoulder Rehab
Andrew Luck is reportedly close to returning to throwing, with passing coach Tom House.
Colts Cast: What We Learned from Andrew Luck’s Presser
Matt Danely plays, and reacts to Andrew Luck’s first time with the media in months
Report: Andrew Luck May Need Corrective Surgery on Biceps Tendon
Andrew Luck will begin to throw upon his return from Europe. Those results will determine the fate of another surgical procedure on the Colts franchise quarterback
Andrew Luck Reportedly in Europe Treating Shoulder
The Colts franchise quarterback is exploring all options to correct right shoulder issues
Colts “not ignoring” 2018 QB draft class while Andrew Luck is still on the mend
The Indianapolis Colts are doing their due diligence on college quarterbacks while Andrew Luck is recovering from shoulder surgery.
The #Colts are nearly done with their second round of head coaching interviews and are considering a rare Round 3 as well, sources tell me and @RapSheet. If they go that route, they’d pare down the list to a select few finalists before making their decision on their next HC.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) February 2, 2023
So far, the Colts have now requested second interviews with the following (per ESPN and NFL Network):— Nate Atkins (@NateAtkins_) January 25, 2023
That snow you see outside your window is making this all a challenge, however. This round is all in-person.
Raheem Morris’s interview with the Colts went “very well” per @AllbrightNFL— Barstool Indy (@barstoolindy) January 19, 2023
Strong mutual interest. pic.twitter.com/sm2vAyQWp3
Thinking out loud. The most logical trade partner for the #Bears is the #Colts. IND jumps a division rival (Texans) to get the QB of their choice at No. 1 and CHI still guarantees themselves picks + one of Jalen Carter or Will Anderson at No. 4 overall (assuming HOU takes a QB).— Jordan Reid (@Jordan_Reid) January 12, 2023
#Colts GM Chris Ballard brought up the Carson Wentz trade today and how they thought it could be a 5-7 year solution at the QB position. The impact of the deal not panning out has not left his mind.— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) January 10, 2023
"I've thought a lot about that..."pic.twitter.com/WUSyD57ClK