Published: Mon, December 18, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Andrew Luck To Resume Throwing Again

Andrew Luck To Resume Throwing Again

Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that Luck will begin a throwing program once he returns to the US and that program will determine whether he needs "corrective surgery on his biceps tendon". Luck will return to the United States this week after spending the last month rehabbing in Europe.

If Andrew Luck experiences the same sort of pain when he begins throwing again, he may be forced to go under the knife again.

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ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Sunday, citing sources, that Luck might have to undergo corrective surgery in January if the pain he felt during his throwing regimen returns once he resumes throwing.

The Colts and Luck have been aware of the possible corrective surgery when he sought multiple opinions after his setback that ultimately resulted in the team placing him on injured reserve November 2.

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The Colts are heavily invested in their three-time Pro Bowl quarterback, and they need him to make some progress this offseason if they have any hope of rebounding in 2018. Now, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, there might be further surgery in Luck's future if said treatment didn't alleviate the pain. That could reportedly take up to six months recovery if he undergoes the additional procedure, per Mortensen. He is scheduled to return from his trip in the next week.

Luck, who played his collegiate football at Stanford University, was originally selected by the Colts with the first overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft. In June 2016, the Colts signed him to a five-year, $122.9 million contract extension and he went on that season to complete 346 of 545 passes (63.5 percent) for 4,240 yards with 31 touchdowns to 13 interceptions, and also ran 64 times for 341 yards with two more scores.

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