Andrew Luck

#12 QB / Indianapolis Colts / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 240 lb Age: 26 College: Stanford Bye 10,18,19,20,21

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    Colts' Andrew Luck: Fully recovered from lacerated kidney

    Luck (abdomen) has fully recovered from the lacerated kidney he suffered against the Broncos, Chris Wesseling of reports. "He's good to go. He's healed," said Colts owner Jim Irsay on Tuesday. Luck's 2015 season was marked by shoulder and ankle injuries before suffering a lacerated kidney and partially torn abdomen on Nov. 10, which ultimately ended his season. After two months of recovery, Luck is now fully healed and those injuries should no longer be an issue moving forward.

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    Colts' Andrew Luck: Finishes season on sideline

    With the Colts' season officially over, Luck (abdomen/kidney) finished his 2015 campaign having completed 162-of-293 pass attempts for 15 touchdowns and 1,881 yards to go along with 12 interceptions in seven games. After a successful 2014 season in which he threw for 40 touchdowns and a 61.7 completion percentage, Luck found himself plagued by a lacerated kidney and partial abdominal tear that kept him out of the final seven games of the 2015 season, while his team failed to make the playoffs as he watched from the sideline. The 26-year-old has one year remaining on his current contract with the Colts, worth around $16 million. Coach Chuck Pagano's future in Indianapolis isn't set in stone, so Luck could be dealing with a new coaching staff in 2016, although his receiving corps of T.Y. Hilton, Donte Moncrief, Andre Johnson, and Phillip Dorsett could all remain viable weapons.

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    Colts turn to Josh Freeman at QB in Week 17 against the Titans

    Freeman will start Sunday's game against the Titans. With both Andrew Luck (abdomen/kidney) and Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder/ribs/back) out, the Colts will turn to Freeman on Sunday in their long-shot bid to secure a playoff slot. He's not a high-percentage fantasy play in Week 17, but Freeman is an option for those scrambling for QB help this Sunday.

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    Colts' Andrew Luck: Won't play this week

    Luck (abdomen/kidney) won't play Sunday against the Titans. While coach Chuck Pagano says that Luck still hasn't been cleared to play at this stage of the week, if the Colts somehow beat the odds and make the playoffs, both Luck and Matt Hasselbeck would be candidates to start at QB for the Colts in the postseason. As for Week 17, Pagano indicated that he doesn't know who the team's starting quarterback will be, while suggesting that a decision on that front might not arrive until Sunday morning. With that in mind, Josh Freeman, Ryan Lindley and Stephen Morris are currently the team's three healthiest quarterbacks.

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    Report: Colts QB Andrew Luck unlikely to return for Week 17

    The Colts' decision to sign quarterback Josh Freeman suggests that Luck (abdomen/kidney) is unlikely to return for Week 17 against the Titans, ESPN's Ed Werder reports. Luck already seemed like a long shot to return, as he still hasn't practiced and the Colts have almost no chance of making the playoffs. Still, it's possible the team could roll with its franchise signal-caller if he is cleared to play. With Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder) looking doubtful, Stephen Morris is the most likely Week 17 starter.

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    Colts QB Andrew Luck remains iffy for Week 17

    On Monday, coach Chuck Pagano did not provide an update on the status Luck (abdomen/kidney) for Sunday's game against the Titans, but at present the QB has not been ruled out for the contest, Kevin Bowen of reports. That said, given how slim the Colts' odds of making the playoffs are, we'd be surprised if the team pushed Luck to play this weekend. Meanwhile, with Charlie Whitehurst on IR and Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder) doubtful this week, the Colts may be forced to start Stephen Morris at QB on Sunday.

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    Report: Colts QB Andrew Luck remains sidelined this week

    Luck (abdomen/kidney) will remain sidelined this week, Kevin Bowen of reports. Meanwhile, veteran Matt Hasselbeck is banged up after Sunday's loss to the Texans, which further clouds the Colts' Week 16 QB situation. As far as the team's season finale against the Titans goes, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star notes that coach Chuck Pagano said Monday that Luck could potentially play in that contest, if he's cleared.

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    Colts QB Andrew Luck won't play this week

    Luck (abdomen/kidney) won't play this week. Luck has returned to practice, which is clearly a step in the right direction, but the QB has yet to be cleared for full team activity at this stage. With Luck not a candidate to start Sunday's game against the Texans, Matt Hasselbeck appears in line for another start at QB for the Colts, assuming no setbacks at practice later this week. With that in mind, coach Chuck Pagano hopes to have Hasselbeck back at practice on Thursday, while noting Wednesday that he expects the veteran QB to be able to play this weekend.

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    Colts' Andrew Luck: Works at Wednesday's practice

    Luck (abdomen/kidney) participated in Wednesday's practice, according to Kevin Bowen of . Meanwhile, fellow QB Matt Hasselbeck was rested, as expected. Per the report, Luck "went through his normal individual workload" Wednesday, which is clearly a step in the right direction, but at this stage, the Colts' plans at QB for for Sunday's division showdown against the Texans have yet to be solidified, with both Luck and Hasselbeck still banged up and Charlie Whitehurst currently representing the team's healthiest option at the position.

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    Colts' Andrew Luck: Intends to practice this week

    Luck says he intends to practice this week and definitely plans to play again this season, the Indianapolis Star reports. However, head coach Chuck Pagano said he doesn't know whether Luck will practice. "I have not heard anything like that from our trainers," he told Mike Chappell of CBS Channel TV in Indianapolis. There have been various media reports and conflicting opinions about Luck's potential return this week against Houston and for the rest of the season. We'll need to see if he's able to practice during the week before any meaningful guess can be made. It will also be very hard to trust Pagano and the Colts about his status as Luck didn't play a game due to injury earlier this season after Pagano said he had "supreme confidence" Luck would play.

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