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Andrew Luck said all the right things Monday. He feels good Authentic Stefon Diggs Jersey , hopes to be full go when training camp begins and believes he will be a better overall quarterback when he returns.
All he has to do now is prove it.
For the first time in more than three months, Luck fielded questions from local reporters about his surgically repaired right shoulder and explained his longer-than-expected recovery might have been at least partially the result of his desire to come back too quickly.
"I think I pushed a little too hard at times. Your body, as I'm learning, will tell you no at certain times and you just have to listen to it," Luck said as the Indianapolis Colts started their offseason work.
"I've gone and skipped steps before and paid for it. Been in pain and not able to help the team. Embarrassed, guilty, whatever. I'm not going to do that again."
Luck didn't go into specifics about what he would, could or should have done differently after initially hurting the shoulder in September 2015.
He missed the next two games then made four straight starts before suffering a season-ending liver injury in November.
Luck opted against surgery that offseason and instead wound up signing a five-year, $140 million contract extension.
In 2016, he started 15 games and had his best statistical season despite continued pain. But he hasn't taken a snap since having surgery for a partially torn labrum in January 2017, and he still isn't throwing regulation-sized footballs. He's been limited to working only with miniature footballs this offseason.
Still, it's progress. And it's a far cry from last October when Luck's throwing regimen suddenly stopped because of continued shoulder soreness.
He spent the next month seeking additional medical opinions before moving his rehab to Europe.
Luck finally returned to the team facility in late December and has spent most of the past three months working out in California with noted quarterback experts Tom House and Adam Dedeaux.
The good news is Luck says he's feeling much more confident in his recovery.
"If I wasn't making progress Niklas Hjalmarsson Jersey , it would freak me out and we would have to change something. But I am," he said. "I'm feeling better."
The bad news: Fans have heard all this before.
Whenever Luck gets back, he will be working with a vastly different supporting cast.
New head coach Frank Reich will be calling the plays. Running back Frank Gore and receiver Donte Moncrief left in free agency and receiver Phillip Dorsett was traded to New England for Jacoby Brissett, who started the final 15 games for Indy last season.
Luck might have a slightly different look, too.
"I wouldn't say I'm changing my throwing motion," he said. "And that's a big part of what I've been working on, making sure I'm using my body as effectively as possible to throw a football and not over- or under-compensate in any way."
Some of the Colts' newcomers, such as recently signed free agent Eric Ebron, chose Indy because they believe Luck will be better than ever.
"He was the reason I came here, to keep it honest," said Ebron, a tight end. "It doesn't matter as much where I played Muhammad Wilkerson Jersey , I wanted a quarterback who would work with me the way that I knew I needed him to work with me."
When exactly Ebron and Luck will start working out together remains unclear.
While acknowledging there now is a timetable for his progression, he's keeping it confidential for now.
But the biggest difference between this year's offseason workouts and last year's is that Luck sounds more confident about himself and his shoulder.
"I feel stronger, I feel more fit," he said. "I feel way more confident in myself and I don't look at my shoulder and say 'why are you failing me?' like the guy in 'The Old Man and the Sea.' I feel like I have a bit more grasp of the situation. There is still a bit of a journey left and I'm not going to skip any steps."
NOTE: The Colts have put receiver Rodney Adams on the reserve-retired list. Adams was a fifth-round draft pick out of South Florida in 2017.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — A near-perfect second half in the preseason finale didn’t appear to be enough to give Paxton Lynch the No. 2 quarterback job in Denver.
Lynch completed 14 of 15 passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns and was not intercepted, leading the Broncos to a 21-10 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night.
Chad Kelly, who appeared to keep his tenuous hold on the backup job behind Denver starter Case Keenum, played the first half and went 12 of 19 for 126 yards and no touchdowns with one interception.
“Right now, he’s our (No.) 2,” Broncos coach Vance Joseph said of Kelly. “That’s what I’ve said the last week. Things could change, but right now he’s our 2.”
Lynch had TD passes of 16 yards to Jordan Leslie in the third quarter and 10 yards to Matt LaCosse on the first play of the fourth. He also ran for a 2-point conversion.
“At the end of the day, it’s up to them Dick Butkus Jersey ,” Lynch said of the Broncos coaches and front office. “They make the decisions on what goes on and who goes where and who plays and who doesn’t. My job is to come out here and play football and play well. I came out here and did that and I’m proud I did.”
Joseph said Kelly “played efficient football. He bounced back (from the interception) and played with confidence and that was important for a young quarterback.”
Mike Glennon, the subject of some trade speculation as Arizona’s No. 3 quarterback behind Sam Bradford and rookie Josh Rosen, played the entire first half, going 8 of 10 for 69 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions.
Virtually all of the Cardinals’ starters and all of the Broncos’ regulars sat out the finale. Arizona finished the preseason 3-1 and Denver 2-2.
The Broncos were moving the ball on the game’s first possession when Jacquies Smith, among those competing for a roster spot at defensive end, intercepted Kelly’s short pass and returned it 21 yards to the Denver 41.
It was the 17th takeaway by the Arizona defense in the four preseason games, the most in four preseason games since Tampa Bay had 17 in 2000.
Kelly said Smith dropped into coverage on that play, surprising him.
“It’s a look I haven’t seen before, but you have to be prepared for everything,” Kelly said.
Glennon threaded a 26-yard pass to undrafted rookie Trent Sherfield to the 3-yard line. Two plays later, Glennon threw a 2-yard TD pass to Greg Little, who hasn’t played in an NFL regular-season game in four years.
“I feel really good. It’s been a blessing Alexander Kerfoot Jersey ,” Little said. “… I thank coach (Steve) Wilks and (general manager) Steve Keim and the whole Cardinals organization for giving me a shot. It’s been a blessing, that’s for sure.”
JONES DEBUT
Adam Jones had a pair of kickoff returns and one punt return and played a few defensive snaps in his first action since signing with Denver on Sunday.
“It felt good to get hit,” he said. “That’s what I needed. I’m eager and ready to prepare myself for Week 1.”
NO ROSEN
Wilks chose to sit rookie quarterback Josh Rosen for a second straight week. Rosen didn’t play in Sunday night’s win at Dallas after slamming the thumb of his throwing hand against a helmet in practice earlier in the week. Rosen said this week he was fine, but Wilks chose not to risk anything with the first-round pick, who will enter the season as Sam Bradford’s backup.
Rosen was 16 of 29 in his brief preseason playing time for 148 yards and a touchdown. He was not intercepted.
McCAIN TRIBUTE
A brief video tribute and moment of silence in honor of the late Arizona Sen. John McCain preceded the game.
Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was among those who spoke at McCain’s memorial service in Phoenix earlier in the day.
“I’m black, he was white,” Fitzgerald said. “I’m young. He wasn’t so young. He lived with physical limitations brought on by war. I’m a professional athlete. He ran for president. I run out of bounds.
“He was the epitome of toughness and I do everything I can to avoid contact. I have flowing locks, and well, he didn’t. How does this unlikely pair become friends? I’ve asked myself the same question. You know what the answer is? That’s just who he is.”
ANTHEM
There was no protest by either team during the national anthem.
UP NEXT
Broncos: host Seattle in regular-season opener Sept. 9.
Cardinals: host Washington in regular-season opener Sept. 9.
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