Andrew Luck is sitting out practice this week for the third consecutive week, and the Indianapolis Colts had hoped he would be back by now. Luck recently had injections in his shoulder to alleviate soreness he was experiencing, but the shots did not do the trick. In his weekly appearance on WFNI-1070 AM Monday, Colts general manager Chris Ballard revealed that Luck has sought out second and third opinions on his surgically-repaired shoulder. “Well, when he had the shots — he’s been having some soreness in his shoulder, and we gave him the shots two weeks ago, hoping that would settle it down,” Ballard said, via Stephen Holder of the Indy Star. “And it hasn’t quite settled it down yet, so we wanted to start getting some answers. And he’s gone to a couple other doctors just to get some opinions to see where we’re at.
Andrew Luck had cortisone shots that did not alleviate pain in shoulder
Larry Brown Sports | Oct 31