The NFL prohibits incoming underclassman rookies from participating in offseason workouts until the first-year players’ academic calendar has concluded. As NFL Network’s Albert Breer pointed out in a Friday report, Stanford’s “quarters” system may prevent presumptive No. 1 overall pick Andrew Luck from attending some Organized Team Activities.
Luck must finish final exams before reporting to the Colts. While Luck has an exemption for the Colts’ May 4-6 minicamp, Stanford’s exams aren’t until June 8-13. Indianapolis’ first full-squad minicamp is scheduled for June 12-14, which may cause a scheduling conflict. Breer does report that Luck is “expected” to attend that minicamp, however.
Luck’s availability for the Colts’ May 17, May 24, and June 6 OTAs is in serious jeopardy, though, because there is no league exemption for Luck to participate, and he won’t be finished with exams by any of those dates.