Colts' Andrew Luck's shoulder reportedly still a concern
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck's shoulder remains a point of concern for some, as certain doctors believe he may require additional surgery, reports Chris Mortensen of ESPN.
Luck missed the entire 2017 season due to complications from right shoulder surgery and still hasn't resumed throwing, so it's understandable that not every doctor in the profession is convinced of the quarterback's health. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported late last month that Luck was "very close" to resuming a throwing routine.
In 2016, Luck dropped back 586 times, generating the second-most Passing Net Expected Points per drop back in his career, with 0.14.
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