Andrew Luck’s pre-camp WR workouts appear set for this week

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In June, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck said that workouts with wide receivers are part of his pre-training camp plan without saying when those workouts will take place.

It appears they will be taking place in California this week. Wide receiver Chester Rogers said in a tweet on Sunday that he was on his way to Stanford, where Luck played his college ball and spends time during the offseason.

Rogers has played one season with Luck, which is less than T.Y. Hilton but gives him a significant leg up on the 11 receivers on the Colts roster who have never shared the field with the quarterback. That’s also true of four of the team’s six tight ends and four of their six running backs, so everyone will need some time to get to know each other as they head into the 2018 season.

25 responses to “Andrew Luck’s pre-camp WR workouts appear set for this week

  1. Luck has to play in a dome because a light breeze is likely to cause injury & more absenses.

  2. terripet says:
    July 9, 2018 at 8:23 am
    He will give Db’s nightmares. Mvp

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    Luck was never close to an MVP candidate when he was “good”. At this point he will be fortunate to even play again and throw his 18 interceptions again this season

  3. terripet says:
    July 9, 2018 at 8:23 am
    He will give Db’s nightmares. Mvp
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    It’s July 9th. Season starts Sept 9th. You think this news is proof he’s gonna be MVP? He hasn’t even started that “pre-training” program, let alone successfully come through it, let alone then start a full training program, let alone successfully complete that, let alone then prove he can be the starter, let alone prove he can get through a real game, let alone a whole season, or to his pre-injury self, alone be significantly improved to somehow be league MVP. I remind you he threw some balls last summer too. Until he does a lot more than that, don’t get your hopes up.

  4. patriotwayrules says:
    July 9, 2018 at 7:48 am

    RAISE A BANNER!!!

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    LMAO that’s the funniest comment I’ve seen in a while! Also first comment on the thread which makes it even better! Perfect comedy timing sir…well done!!!

  5. Stock in the Nerf Company just went through the roof!!!!

    Only the Colts feel the need to advertise that their quarterback is “going to throw a ball today”.

    We interrupt this program with breaking news!! Colts quarterback Andrew Suck threw a football 10 yards today. Film at 11:00!!!

    Joke quarterback on a joke team.

  6. Man, so much hate. Luck seems like a genuinely decent person and, when healthy, had generational talent. He may never play again, but I doubt it. He may earn MVP this season, but I doubt it. Unlike the media who likes to report anything or nothing, why don’t we just take a breath and see what happens before either anointing Luck as GOAT or throwing dirt on his career?

  7. Oh come on people, Luck never had “generational talent.” Russell Wilson is better in every category, by a mile. Luck was never more than an above average player with great measurables who had some major problems, like taking care of the football. Now with this bad shoulder it’s doubtful he’ll ever make it back to his just-below-Pro-Bowl peak. Colts will look like fools for years to come for passing on a QB in this draft.

    Twice.

  8. Rooting for this kid, hopefully he heals well. Best QB to come out in a while, it’s a shame hes been wasting years playing for a garbage organization. If they had any kind of sense they would have built a better protection for him long ago.

  9. wedemboyztripled says:
    July 9, 2018 at 12:19 pm
    Rooting for this kid, hopefully he heals well. Best QB to come out in a while, it’s a shame hes been wasting years playing for a garbage organization. If they had any kind of sense they would have built a better protection for him long ago.

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    He certainly had huge potential coming out of Stanford. But why would the kid sign a new contract with the Colts? Elway would have signed him in a second and he could have at least played on a competitive team. This kid’s agent gave him some really bad advice and now he is paying the price for it.

  10. Oh come on people, Luck never had “generational talent.”
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    He was right up there with Manning, Elway and Aikman.

    Rare air.

  11. From the headline I briefly wondered if they’d thrown in the towel and were going to move him to WR.

  12. Colts doctor should be present to check him. After last year’s debacle, there should be some restrictions on how hard Luck pushes his shoulder when coming back. He is extremely eager to get in sync with his receivers but these sort of workouts without professional supervision are precisely when he can be tempted to overdo it.

  13. 5against1 says:
    July 9, 2018 at 10:11 am
    Comeback is right on schedule this time. No setbacks, no skipping steps, no rushing. Comeback POY.

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    Its anything but on schedule. The schedule has been in the bucket for over a year. As soon as you said ‘this time’ you knew there was no schedule any more.

    Idk that he is on any path to start the year even. I would be happy just to see him get into some games later this year.

    And please, dont sell Brisette short. He is better than hes given credit for.

  14. aarons444 says:
    July 9, 2018 at 1:48 pm
    Oh come on people, Luck never had “generational talent.”
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    He was right up there with Manning, Elway and Aikman.

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    So well short of Brady, Montana, Unitas.

  15. aarons444 says:
    July 9, 2018 at 12:02 pm
    Patriot fans need to get over it already. Your hatred looks like sore losing. Oh btw, Nick Foles.
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    Seconded,

    – Eli Manning
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    I dont know about anyones hatred. But to make your point you did have to go away from Luck and throw ither names.

  16. Brissett came in and got punished, yet kept us in games. So many games lost in the 4th quarter last year. Better oline and off season with the team. If Luck can’t do it, I’m excited to watch Brissett play.

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