Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has been rehabbing from a complex shoulder injury for quite some time, having undergone surgery back in January 2017.
It was even suggested that he undergo a second surgery over the offseason, but he elected to focus on other treatments, rather than going under the knife again. There was even some worry as to whether or not he’d play a down in the NFL again in the future.
Well, it does appear there’s some optimism regarding Luck’s recovery, as he’s been throwing, and he’ll even be a full “go” in training camp.
There won’t be any limitations holding him back, either.
It will be great to see Luck slinging it around again, but given how long he’s been out, it will be interesting to see what effect the injury had on him mentally. He’ll likely look to protect himself to make sure his shoulder holds up, at least right out of the gate.