Andrew Luck

#12 QB / Indianapolis Colts / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 240 lb Age: 28 College: Stanford Bye 11

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  • Luck traveled to Europe to receive additional treatment on his surgically repaired right shoulder, Mike Wells and Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports. With Luck failing to progress as expected following the January procedure to address a torn labrum he initially sustained in 2015, the Colts finally elected to shut the franchise quarterback down for good earlier this month by moving him to season-ending injured reserve. Luck intends to rest the shoulder for a few months in order to let the recurring soreness he had experienced in recent workouts subside, but in the meantime, it appears he's being proactive in exploring additional ways to tend to the injury. The Colts are unlikely to issue a formal timetable for Luck's recovery any time soon, so it's too early to predict whether or not he'll be able to take part in offseason workouts next spring.

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  • Luck, who the Colts placed on season-ending injured reserve Thursday, recently met with doctors, who recommended the quarterback shut down his throwing program for around 1-to-3 months, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Colts general manager Chris Ballard noted earlier Thursday that Luck won't require a second surgery to address the labrum in his right shoulder, with the 28-year-old indicating in a statement issued by the team that he's "very optimistic" about his outlook heading into the 2018 season. Instead, Luck will turn his focus to rehabbing and strengthening the shoulder over the next several weeks before likely gradually increasing the distance and frequency of his throwing during the offseason. With Luck out of commission the rest of the season, Rapoport Ian Rapoport of NFL Network that the Colts are preparing to sign a No. 3 quarterback to offer additional depth behind starter Jacoby Brissett and backup Scott Tolzien. Veteran Josh Johnson was among those who stood amount the most to the Colts' brass during a private workout earlier this week.

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  • Colts' Andrew Luck: Heads to IR
    By RotoWire Staff

    The Colts will place Luck (shoulder) on injured reserve Thursday. As a result, Luck won't practice or play again for the rest of the 2017 season, with the Colts' franchise quarterback noting Thursday that he's "very optimistic" about his future. In Luck's continued absence, Jacoby Brissett will remain the Colts' starting signal caller.

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  • Colts' Andrew Luck: No practice this week
    By RotoWire Staff

    Head coach Chuck Pagano said Monday that Luck (shoulder) won't participate in practice this week, Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com reports. After suffering a setback in mid-October, Luck received a cortisone shot in his surgically-repaired right shoulder, pushing off his first potential snaps of the season to the weekend after Thanksgiving, at the earliest. In the meantime, he hasn't been cleared for practice as he seeks multiple opinions from specialists, specifically with lingering pain in mind, according to Mike Chappell of fox59.com. With no timetable for Luck's return, the Colts will continue to entrust the offense in the hands of second-year quarterback Jacoby Brissett.

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  • Colts' Andrew Luck: Still dealing with shoulder pain
    By RotoWire Staff

    Luck has sought additional medical opinions to help determine why he's still dealing with pain in his right shoulder, fox59.com reports. According to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports, the QB started feeling pain in his shoulder after throwing a couple of weeks ago. In any case, Luck -- who underwent shoulder surgery back in January -- remains without a timetable for a return, and it's reasonable to speculate that he could potentially be done for the season. In his absence, Jacoby Brissett has served as the Colts' starting signal-caller.

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