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Andrew Luck unsure if he will be ready for camp
Wednesday Jun 14, 2017 12:00am

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who has been out since January following right shoulder surgery, isn't sure he'll be ready for the start of training camp in late July, he said Tuesday. Speaking to reporters, Luck says he hasn't thought about it. The Colts have shied away from giving a timetable on Luck's return. The only thing they've said is that the plan was never for Luck to take part in the team's offseason workouts and that he's not throwing a football yet. Luck has served as an extra coach on the sideline during the team's workouts. He said the current five-month stretch where he hasn't thrown a football is the longest he's gone since he first starting throwing a ball when he was around 6 or 7 years old. Luck, who finished fifth in the NFL in touchdown passes (31) and threw for 4,240 yards last season, plans to continue to work out at the facility outside of a vacation once the team breaks following its three-day mandatory minicamp on Thursday. Luck has regained between 10 and 12 pounds of the 15 he has lost since the surgery. His goal is to put on up to five more pounds before he takes the field.

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