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Schedule Shuffle Keeps Andrew Luck Off The Field Wednesday

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Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said the team changed up quarterback Andrew Luck’s workout schedule this week, keeping him off the field during Wednesday’s OTA practice.

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Keep in mind, this new team will hopefully change Lucks role from game saver to game player. He has learned the hard way there are other players on the field.

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