Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts quarterback who has not thrown a ball in more than three months, will not need a second operation on his right shoulder, team general manager Chris Ballard said on Wednesday.

You will not need another surgery, I have not received that from the doctors who have seen it after the season,” Ballard said. “His strength is fine, he is working with his motion and with the speed of his arm at the moment, he has not yet raised a football, but if he is throwing balls, working with the speed of his arm. one step.
“He’s going to do everything correctly to be ready to play, I’m very confident – he’s confident – he’s going to come back to try a lot of people who were wrong to rule him out, he’s a very proud boy. person in our team, we want our team to match what he has inside. ”
Luck’s health will continue to be among the priorities of the Colts this tempted, even being in the process of finding a new head coach after Josh McDaniels decided to return to New England on Tuesday.
Luck, who missed all of last season after undergoing surgery in January 2017, spent six weeks in the Netherlands late last year rehabilitating his shoulder after the Colts deactivated him in mid-October. Luck is currently working with coaches in California in his bid to return for the 2018 season.
Luck, who originally injured his shoulder in Week 3 of the 2015 season, said he expects to be part of the Colts’ offseason program, whose training starts in the first week of April.

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