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Colts' Luck says he won't skip steps in rehab

10 April 2018, 06:45 | Melissa Porter

Colts' Andrew Luck Has Not Resumed Throwing

Patient Luck confident in shoulder recovery

"It's really good", said Luck referencing his surgically repaired shoulder. Luck said he thought he "pushed a little too hard" in his attempt to return to action after having surgery a year ago and that he's not going to skip any steps along the way this time as a result.

Andrew Luck spoke to the media on Monday, and Colts fans looking for some reassurance are going to have to continue waiting.

Given the disparity between the Colts' promises past year and the reality of Luck's situation, that admission will serve as fuel to skeptics who think Luck's return is anything but guaranteed this time around. And while he's getting better, he's still not throwing NFL footballs.

The hope is that eventually Luck will be able to institute a regulation NFL football into his workouts and that he can start throwing to his teammates as the offseason program progresses, but for now, Ballard and Reich said they're going to ease him back into the fold. "I've made a lot of progress, but there's still a bit of the road to go". ". One thing I picked up upon myself is that I'm quite impatient as a person. There is a plan in place and I'll keep trusting it". Two months later, the Colts owner said that Luck would likely only miss one or two games. "I want to be the best I can be, and to do that I need to stay this course". Wanna be the best I can be", Luck continued, per Kravitz, adding: "Not changing my throwing motion, but there are things I can do better from the ground up and that's what been working on.

When exactly Ebron and Luck will start working out together remains unclear. I can not miss steps.

"I feel stronger, I feel more fit", he said. I want to give myself the best chance I can.

There's still no official timetable for a return, but Luck did - for the first time - admit his goal is to be ready for training camp without restrictions.

NOTE: The Colts have put receiver Rodney Adams on the reserve-retired list.

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