By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Indianapolis Colts has had a disappointing season without its franchise quarterback Andrew Luck. They could potentially be without their quarterback even longer now.
According to a report on Sunday, Luck may need a second surgery. If the pain returns while he’s throwing, Luck will undergo surgery once again.
Luck, who is presently in Europe, will resume throwing once he returns to the States, according to the report. If he has the second surgery, he would be sidelined for another three to six months, so the team will likely make a decision by mid-January, the report added.
In the beginning of the year, Luck had surgery and was expected to be healthy by the beginning of the season. But he was sidelined as the season began and instead of ruling him out initially, Luck went on the injured reserve in November after experiencing discomfort in his shoulder.
The Colts have been horendous this season with a 3-11 record, including a 25-13 loss to the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football. Without Luck, the team has had to rely on Scott Tolzien and Jacoby Brissett, who was acquired in a trade with the New England Patriots prior to the beginning of the season.
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