When will Andrew Luck be playing quarterback again for the Colts?
That’s the question of the 2017 offseason here in Indianapolis.
Luck remains on the mend, not yet to the throwing portion of his rehab schedule.
“Still in the rehab process,” Luck said on Tuesday at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.
“When the time is right for me to start throwing, I’ll start throwing.”
The story began by saying offseason shoulder surgery for Luck has him acting like a cornerback during his Change The Play program with Riley Children’s Hospital at IU Health this summer. In years past, Luck would throw to the kids in attendance as they rotated through drills. This year, Luck has had to dabble in trying to defend some of the youngsters going out for passes. The Colts start Training Camp on July 29, with the regular season opener coming on Sept. 10.