The Colts are taking a painstakingly deliberate approach to Andrew Luck ‘s shoulder rehabilitation this offseason, but there’s reason for more optimism this summer than last.
After speaking with team sources, NFL Network’s Charley Casserly reported on Friday’s edition of Rookie Camp Live that the Colts are very confident Luck will be ready for training camp in late July.
You plan that he’s going to be there [for Week 1], Reich said. All the rehab is checking off all the boxes: Yep, we hit that stage. Stage one, stage two, stage three. It’s all been good. We’ll just have to keep progressing on down that road.
Luck’s status is one of the stories most worth monitoring this summer.
He’s not expected to air it out in OTAs and mandatory minicamp over the next month. If he’s not a full participant when camp opens, though, it will be time to dust off the red flags for the Colts ‘ 2018 season.
So, he went inside the house. According to News4Jax, the people inside the house called the police when they realized that nobody knew him. When they arrived, police found Bortles and two of his friends guarding Horton, who was arrested and charged with burglary, trespassing, and grand theft. Horton told police that he was looking for an ex-girlfriend at the party. The people at the party didn’t know who his ex-girlfriend was.
You can read the entire report at News4Jax.com. Before Wednesday night, it’d been a stellar offseason for Bortles. After he led the Jaguars to the AFC Championship Game played a role in the Jaguars’ journey to the AFC Championship Game, Bortles scored a contract extension that will keep him in Jacksonville through the 2020 season even though he’s been largely unimpressive and occasionally catastrophic since getting picked third overall in 2014, as my colleague Jared Dubin once put it. Over the course of his four-year career, he’s completed 59.1 percent of his passes, averaged 6.7 yards per attempt, thrown 90 touchdowns and 64 interceptions, and accumulated an 80.8 passer rating.