Andrew Luck too a massive step forward in his rehab on Tuesday.
Luck, who missed the entire 2017 season recovering from a shoulder injury, threw a football for the first time since he was shutdown in October of last year:
Another step closer. pic.twitter.com/1INrKyrhJu
— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) June 12, 2018
It has been reported, however, that Luck was throwing a slightly smaller football than the one used in the NFL.
According to reports, Luck threw about 20 passes in individual drills, including one that went about 20 yards in the air to the left side. The throws looked like “soft tossing”, lacking the zip Andrew Luck is known to have, but he threw several balls while rolling to his left and right.
Luck and the Colts have said for months that the goal is for Luck to be able to throw without restriction when the team convenes for training camp in late July, and nothing Luck showed in his brief appearance would seem to throw that timeline off.