Andrew Luck Says Pushing ‘A Little Too Hard’ Contributed to Arm Injury Setback

Andrew Luck offered a mixed update regarding the recovery of his injured shoulder Monday, saying he “pushed a little too hard” during his fall rehabilitation and “paid for it,” according to Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star.

“I’m not a perfect feeling athlete yet,” Luck noted, per Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com. “Don’t wanna put myself through this again, so I’m continuing to work on my throwing technique.”

Luck, 28, missed the entire 2017 season after requiring surgery to repair a torn labrum before the season. When healthy, he’s established himself as one of the top quarterbacks in the game, throwing for 4,240 yards, 31 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in the 2016 campaign.

In the past three seasons, however, injuries have been the primary storyline in Luck’s career. He also missed nine games in 2015 due to a lacerated kidney.

As for his current recovery, Luck noted there’s a timetable for when he’ll return to throwing and doesn’t expect to do much over the summer, per Kravitz.

Fox reached an agreement with the NFL in January to broadcast Thursday night games for the next five years — excluding Thanksgiving day games.

Color Rush was introduced during the 2015 season when Nike specially designed alternate uniforms for eight teams in four games: The Panthers , Titans , Cowboys , Rams , Bills , Jaguars , Jets, and Buccaneers .

Some really liked the new uniform twist, but plenty of fans didn’t. Among those who were unhappy were fans with red/green color blindness, who complained about a matchup between the Jets and Bills being difficult to watch.

Nike and the NFL worked out most of the kinks and rolled out alternate uniforms for all 32 teams in 2016. Some earned positive reviews , others were terrible — looking at you, Jaguars . But those days are over now, according to Fox.rams_090

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