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Andrew Luck ‘Completely Engaged’ In New Colts Offense

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Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said it’s been “fun” installing the team’s new offense with Andrew Luck and tweaking things here and there to make it fit better for the veteran quarterback.

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"Completely engaged??" Does that mean he's throwing or is he just hollering when his recievers make their cuts, "I just threw it." More meaningless platitudes that we've been listening to for over a year.

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