Since the start of the offseason, the Indianapolis Colts have voiced nothing but optimism about star quarterback Andrew Luck’s recovery from shoulder surgery that occurred more than a year ago. It has been an arduous process that has seen several ups and downs along the way that has tested by Luck and the Colts. Luck finally appears to be on the right path toward getting back on the field at some point this offseason ahead of the 2018 campaign. According to Mike Wells of ESPN, general manager Chris Ballard has voiced that the 28-year-old has still yet to throw a football but is doing physical activity similar to that action. Throughout these last few weeks, Ballard has remained firm that Luck hasn’t thrown a football but has continued to strengthen his arm with other physical activities. He has been working on sharpening his throwing motion as well as the flexibility in his surgically-repaired shoulder.