Colts continue workouts without Andrew Luck
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Colts players who are still around can't wait to see their new quarterback throw a few passes.
For right now, they're out of Luck.
With NFL rules barring Andrew Luck from attending any more Colts mini-camps until he completes his final two classes at Stanford, the Colts went about their regular mini-camp work Wednesday without two rookie quarterbacks. The last pick of the draft, Chandler Harnish, sat out with a knee injury.
Coach Chuck Pagano says Luck has been working out with college teammates at Stanford and that it's "killing him" not to be in Indy.
Pagano says the team has been in constant contact with Luck, and his new teammates don't expect him to be playing catch up when he returns for workouts June 8.