Andrew Luck

#12 | Indianapolis Colts | QB

Player Profile

Andrew Luck
  • Injury Status
  • StatusQuestionable
  • Body PartShoulder - Labrum
  • Bio
  • Height6'4"
  • Weight234
  • Age28
  • Date of BirthSeptember 12, 1989
  • CollegeStanford
  • Experience7th Season
  • Draft
  • Year2012
  • Round1
  • Pick1
  • TeamIND

Latest News

  • Frank Reich Says Andrew Luck Continues to "Check Every Box"

    Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich told the media on Wednesday that quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) has "continued to check every box" in his return from shoulder surgery and will be with the team for the start of its offseason program on April 2. Reich fell short of assuring that Luck would be ready to throw, as being with the team isn't exactly the end goal fantasy owners are looking for. Throwing an actual football would be the best milestone that Luck could reach at this point and until he does, his overall status will continue to be shrouded in mystery. The good news is that there is plenty of time left until the start of the 2018 season, giving at least a small glimmer of hope for Luck's return.

    16 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Andrew Luck Has Progressed to Throwing Weighted Balls in Rehab Effort

    Indianpolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) has reportedly progressed in rehab from his surgically repaired shoulder to the point where he is able to throw weighted balls that are heavier than footballs, per NFL Insider Ian Rapoport. Although Luck appears capable of throwing everything but a football, fans should be happy that his arm strength is returning. More promising updates are sure to come, but it's unlikely that fantasy owners will know anything for certain until the later stages of the offseason.

    23 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Andrew Luck Believes He is Making Progress in Rehab for Shoulder

    In a pre-recorded interview, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) stated that he is preparing to do heavier throwing and continues to strengthen the shoulder, per Indy Star reporter Stephen Holder. While Luck stated that rehab is going well and he is making legitimate progress, he cautioned against any overly optimistic thoughts by saying, "you can't skip steps" in the process. With the knowledge that Luck isn't planning on going in for a second surgery on his shoulder, fantasy owners can be reassured that the Colts organization is making a deliberate effort to avoid the communication debacle that was the 2017 offseason. If Luck can return to full health, the fantasy prospects for the team's offensive weapons goes through the roof.

    24 days ago | RotoBaller


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