FantasySP / NFL / Andrew Luck FantasySP / NFL / Andrew Luck Copyright 2018 5220648 <![CDATA[Luck hands off, doesn't throw at OTAs]]>
Are the Indianapolis Colts worried their $140 million quarterback still hasn’t incorporated throwing into his rehab from surgery on his right shoulder even though his target date for throwing without restrictions at the start of training camp looms?Nope. “No, I’m not worried at all,’’ coach Frank Reich said after Wednesday’s Organized Team Activity (OTA). (Indianapolis Star)

FF Today's Take: In order for Andrew Luck to be ripping it when camp opens at the end of July he's going to have start throwing in some capacity very soon. At this point fantasy owners should not be counting on Luck until he proves on the field that's he's fully recovered from his shoulder injury. For those with a "Do Not Draft" list, he should be firmly at the top.]]> 5220648 Thu, 24 May 2018 13:03:01 EDT
<![CDATA[Colts like the progress they’ve made on offensive line]]> Andrew Luck actually throws behind them remains to be seen, but the Colts at least like the progress they’ve made putting together a new offensive line. That was one of General Manager Chris Ballard’s priorities, and the first look at the line offers some reason to think there’s a better chance to protect [more]]]> 5220515 Thu, 24 May 2018 6:57:01 EDT <![CDATA[Frank Reich still “not worried” about Andrew Luck]]> Andrew Luck would be ready for training camp. This year, the Colts have a high degree of confidence that quarterback Andrew Luck will be ready for training camp. In the interim, Luck still hasn’t thrown a football. “I’m not worried [more]]]> 5220387 Wed, 23 May 2018 23:45:01 EDT <![CDATA[Colts coach Frank Reich insists the team is "not worried]]> Andrew Luck (shoulder) has yet to resume throwing. It has been 507 days since Luck threw a football. [...]]]> 5220323 Wed, 23 May 2018 22:51:36 EDT <![CDATA[Expected to throw before training camp]]> Colts head coach Frank Reich said Wednesday that he anticipates Luck (shoulder) throwing during the break between the end of minicamp and the beginning of training camp, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.

Luck took some snaps and handed the ball off during minicamp in late April, an indication he has made some progress in his recovery. However, the big test of his health of his shoulder will come when he uncorks passes for the first time since October. If Luck remains on track with his rehab schedule, it wouldn't be surprising to see him participating in some fashion when training camp begins in August. In addition to proving his health, Luck will face the additional task of developing a rapport with the new coaching staff and a number of new faces at skill positions. Eric Ebron and Ryan Grant joined the club via free agency and the Colts added a trio of weapons through the draft in wideouts Daurice Fountain and Deon Cain and running back Nyheim Hines.

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<![CDATA[Ballard: Luck with chip on shoulder will be fun for all of us]]> Andrew Luck until he steps on the field for the first week of the 2018 season but that’s not stopping him from looking ahead to life with Luck back in the [more]]]> 5216593 Fri, 18 May 2018 8:45:02 EDT <![CDATA[Colts HC Frank Reich said Andrew Luck still isn't throwing the]]> Andrew Luck still isn't throwing the football. Reich said everything is going to plan and Luck is doing "exceptionally well". [...]]]> 5212787 Sat, 12 May 2018 11:33:12 EDT